Mopa airport in Goa to start operations on Jan 5
AVIATION & AIRPORTS

Mopa airport in Goa to start operations on Jan 5

Twelve flights are anticipated to land and take off on the first day of operations from several Indian cities, including three from Delhi, two from Bengaluru and one from Hyderabad, as well as one from each of Chennai, Pune, Jaipur, and Mumbai.

On January 5, commercial operations at the recently completed Manohar International Airport in Mopa, north Goa, will commence. The first flight, operated by IndiGo, is expected to land at 9am.

Before the first passengers arrived, ground staff and administrators hurried to finish up the last of the airport's tasks. Tuesday, a group of top police officials visited the airport to assess the security measures.

Twelve flights are anticipated to land and take off on the first day of operations from several Indian cities, including three from Delhi, two from Bengaluru and one from Hyderabad, as well as one from each of Chennai, Pune, Jaipur, and Mumbai.

The new airport would be connected to cities across India by four airlines, three of which are domestic and one international.

In a statement on December 8, IndiGo said it would begin operating 168 weekly flights and 12 daily flights to and from Goa's second airport, linking it to eight Indian towns.

The new airport will be built out gradually, initially serving 4.4 million passengers annually, and then expanding as demand increases. It will be a full-service airport that serves both domestic and foreign travellers in addition to providing freight services.

Twelve flights are anticipated to land and take off on the first day of operations from several Indian cities, including three from Delhi, two from Bengaluru and one from Hyderabad, as well as one from each of Chennai, Pune, Jaipur, and Mumbai. On January 5, commercial operations at the recently completed Manohar International Airport in Mopa, north Goa, will commence. The first flight, operated by IndiGo, is expected to land at 9am. Before the first passengers arrived, ground staff and administrators hurried to finish up the last of the airport's tasks. Tuesday, a group of top police officials visited the airport to assess the security measures. Twelve flights are anticipated to land and take off on the first day of operations from several Indian cities, including three from Delhi, two from Bengaluru and one from Hyderabad, as well as one from each of Chennai, Pune, Jaipur, and Mumbai. The new airport would be connected to cities across India by four airlines, three of which are domestic and one international. In a statement on December 8, IndiGo said it would begin operating 168 weekly flights and 12 daily flights to and from Goa's second airport, linking it to eight Indian towns. The new airport will be built out gradually, initially serving 4.4 million passengers annually, and then expanding as demand increases. It will be a full-service airport that serves both domestic and foreign travellers in addition to providing freight services.

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