Jamshedpur :City based nonscheduled airline Flyway Airsky Private Limited
(earlier Sky Air) announced the launching of their flight service from city to these three destinations using 11-seater (including two for pilots) Cessna Grand Caravan 208 B.
The six-days a week to and fro flight from Sonari aerodrome to Delhi via Ranchi and similar flight from Jamshedpur to Kolkata resumed flight connectivity between Jamshedpur and Kolkata after over two months and flight service between Jamshedpur to Delhi after a span of over four years.
The flight connectivity between Jamshedpur and Kolkata through Bangalore-based DTDS Travel and Tour Planner Limited and Spirit Air Private Limited had been stopped since last week of December initially due to fog and thereafter due to termination of lease agreement between flight owner and DTDS Travel and Tour Planner Limited.
The Cessna Grand Caravan 208 B will be used to carry passengers from Jamshedpur to Ranchi
and thereafter passengers will have to shift to Go Air plane at Ranchi for going to Delhi. “We will help the customer in getting the connecting flight from Kolkata to any major destinations across country.
The flight fare between Jamshedpur Kolkata is Rs 6999,” said Sanjib De, country head of Flyway Airsky. He went on add that it is an ambitious project for the company and we are looking forward for it.
An official of Singhbhum Chamber of Commerce and Industry, said that the people of the city will be immensely benefitted with air service and will also result in the city embarking on
a renewed phase of growth.”It will give boost to industrial development of the state of Jharkhand.
I also wish success to the move,” he noted. “The travel woes of the executives and business class will be addressed to some extent, for we will have at least, one option ready at hand to
reach Howrah for business meetings and other engagements,” observed an industrialist and former president, Adityapur Small Industries Association (ASIA).Jamshedpur debuted on the country’s air map in 2007 with Air Deccan linking the city to Calcutta, but the service
Then, MDLR Kingfisher resumed connectivity in 2009, but only for a few months. On August 17, 2010, Deccan Charters hired a turboprop 19-seater aircraft with a fare of Rs 5,000, but services ended in February 2011