Fly Big, a regional aircraft, has begun its flight administration associating the capitals of Bihar and Assam from May 1, said an authority of the Airport Authority of India (AAI).

The authority added that this is the third non-stop flight administration among Patna and Guwahati, after IndiGo and SpiceJet. A conventional water standard salute was given to FlyBig’s maiden flight from Guwahati to Patna after it arrived at the Patna air terminal on May 1.

Vivek Kumar, the station chief of FlyBig at Patna air terminal said that the airline’s Bombardier airplane, having a greatest seating limit of 78 travelers, will work the non-stop trips on Guwahati – Patna-Guwahati course consistently. He likewise proceeded to say that it will likewise give further availability Rupsi in Assam and Agartala in Tripura by means of Guwahati. “Our flight (S9-209) will leave Guwahati at 6.15 am and arrive at Patna at 7.20 am. On its return, the flight (S9-210) will leave Patna at 7.40 am and arrive at Guwahati at 8.45 am,” he added.

Taking to the micro-blogging website Twitter, Flybig had something very similar to likewise illuminate about the expansion regarding their most recent course. Notably, Fly Big is the 6th carrier that will work from Patna after Air-India, IndiGo, GoAir, SpiceJet and Vistara. On a normal everyday schedule, the Patna air terminal presently takes care of north of 52 outbound flights, which associate with various objections. BCH Negi, active air terminal chief who has been moved to the AAI corporate office in New Delhi, said that this assistance will be extremely useful to the travelers and will likewise improve air availability in the locale. Anchal Prakash, the Joint head supervisor, has been moved from Allahabad to Patna as the airport.