This is to cater to the extra rush during the month-long Simhastha
DELHI: National carrier Air India has started additional flights to Indore from Delhi to cater to the extra rush during the month-long Simhastha (Kumbh), which began in Ujjain on Friday.
Air India started operating additional flights on its Delhi-Indore-Delhi sector from April 22 with an A321 aircraft to cater to the demands of tourists, pilgrims and visitors to Ujjain Simhastha, a release said here.
Air India already operates a daily direct service on this sector.
Simhastha is one of the four legs of the Kumbh Mela, each taking place by rotation every 12 years. Over five crore pilgrims are expected to visit Ujjain and other holy places during the fair.