Akasha Ambari air service takes wings

Mysuru, September 21:- As part of Dasara festivities, air service between Mysuru and Bengaluru is on. Akasha Ambari took wings  today in association with Kerali Aviation Pvt Ltd. Ambari will be operational till September 30 when the Dasara ends.

Chief Secretary of tourism department, Gourav Guptha, Karnataka state tourism development board, Managing Director Kumar Pushkar, tourism department director Manjula arrived at Mandakalli airport by Akasha Ambari. Manager of Mandakalli airport Manoj Kumar Singh welcomed them.

The twin engine flight of Akasha Ambari has six seats. It will fly  between Bengaluru and Mysuru twice a day. Rs 4,000 has been fixed per ticket. Tourism department has dedicated Rs 40 lakh for  Akasha Ambari. (MR/KS).

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