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Connecting Jaipur Airport with others cities in the country – Rainbow Flights, an approach by Air India


Rainbow Flight Service From Jaipur Airport:

The esteemed airline Air India has finalized on plying flights from the Jaipur International Airport to various other cities.

Connecting cities:

To connect the Pink City with cities namely Indore, Raipur, Kolkata and Ahmedabad, the airlines has concluded a list of rainbow flight to connect these cities with Jaipur.

Senior Manager Air India quotes:

Senior Manager Mr. Dhananjay Kumar of Air India Airlines further stated and confirmed that these rainbow flights will commence to take their onward journey to connect the cities from the very next month, which is August 2016.

The schedule and chart of the rainbow flight was shared briefly, which beyond doubt is informative for the prospective travellers in the coming future.

Flight schedule - Cities in order:

The rainbow flight will take off from the Jaipur International Airport, with its next destination as Indore, followed by Raipur, Kolkata and the final destination to be the city of Ahmedabad.

Rainbow Flight return journey:

The flight will mark its return on the same route with the same cities to reach back to the Jaipur city as its destination.

Other likely to commence flights:

Expectant plans to commence flights between the city of Jaipur and the city of Chandigarh are taking roots.
Apart from this, there are several other rainbow flights which are expected to be launched for functioning in the month of August 2016 to connect the city of Jaipur with cities namely Bhopal and Jabalpur in the state of Madhya Pradesh.

 


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