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Karnataka: Flight services resume after two months; First flight lands in Belagavi


Team Udayavani, May 25, 2020, 10:16 AM IST

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Belagavi: After two months Star Air operated Bengaluru-Belagavi and Belagavi-Ahmedabad flight service on Monday, May 25 morning.

SpiceJet has been scheduled to operate Hyderabad-Belagavi and Belagavi-Hyderabad flight service later in the evening.

As per sources there were eight passengers in Bengaluru-Belagavi flight which landed at 8.25 am, while Belagavi-Ahmedabad took off with nine passengers at 9.05 am.

Hyderabad-Belagavi flight of SpiceJet will land at 5.25 pm and Belagavi-Hyderabad will take off at 5.55 pm, informed sources.

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