JAIPUR: Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje on Tuesday propelled the intra-state air services, which are relied upon to give a noteworthy help to the state's tourism area.
On Tuesday, Raje flagged off the initial 9-seater flight to Jodhpur from the State Hanger of the Jaipur International Airport. She additionally actually gave over the tickets to those taking the main flight, complimenting them for being a part of a notable stride in the state's tourism area.
Preeminent Air Lines would work intra-state flights for six days in a week with 9-seater plane Sesana Caravan-C 208B. Wanting to enhance the availability between the significant urban areas inside the state, the state government's thoughtful aeronautics division had as of late marked an Air Services Operation Agreement with Supreme Air Lines as of late.
Flights to Jodhpur and Udaipur have been begun in the primary stage, while the second stage will witness flights working from different urban areas like Kota and Bikaner. The flight would begin from Jaipur at 10:15 am to achieve Jodhpur at 11:30 am and fly back at 11:45 am hours from Jodhpur to achieve Jaipur at 13:00 pm. At 4:30 pm, the plane would fly from Jaipur to achieve Udaipur at 6:00 pm and fly back at 6:15 pm from Udaipur to achieve Jaipur 7:45 pm. For both these flights, least airfare has been settled at Rs. 3,499 for each ticket.