Mumbai, Dec 17: Newly launched low-cost carrier AirAsia India on Wednesday expanded services by adding Pune to its network, six months after entering the highly competitive domestic civil aviation sector.
The inaugural flights from Bengaluru to Pune and Pune to Jaipur took off today, a company release said. [AirAsia expands its services to Pune]
"We are the first airline in the country to operate the PuneJaipur service and we believe this route has immense potential," AirAsia India Chief Executive Mittu Chandilya said. [AirAsia takes off maiden flight from Bangalore to Goa]
AirAsia India, which started operations in June this year, currently operates flights from Bengaluru to Chennai, Kochi, Goa, Chandigarh, Jaipur, Pune and vice-versa.
Welcome aboard to all those flying with us! Our flight is full and we're all set to take-off. Pune here we come! :) pic.twitter.com/8rJh4K3ptc— AirAsia India (@airasiain) December 17, 2014
Our inaugural flights Bengaluru – Pune & Pune – Jaipur today! We're the first to bring Pune-Jaipur to all! RT this :) pic.twitter.com/7zWtK7gDuq— AirAsia India (@airasiain) December 17, 2014