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A Wish Fulfilled – Air India Starts Chandigarh To Leh Flight After 12 Years

CHANDIGARH TO LEH FLIGHT: Chandigarh the city beautiful  had its international airport inaugurated last by Prime Minister  Narendra  Modi  in September located in  Mohali. It was constructed at a cost of 1400 crore.  The interior of the airport is decorated with art and mural works depicting the heritage and culture of Punjab, Haryana and Chandigarh. This airport has already been awarded with the  prestigious  Vishwakarma  Award for best construction project. From October there were 21 domestic flights and 2 international flights running. The  two international flights were :Indigo and Air India Express from Chandigarh to Dubai and Sharjah respectively.

Chandigarh to Leh flight
Chandigarh to Leh flight

New year surprises New flights

New Year brings everything new in your life so here is 2017 with  some new flights as well connecting major  from Tricity to relish your winter vacations with family and friends . The major cities included are Pune, Hyderabad, Chennai, Leh and Goa . Some other internationtal  flights are also expected to start  to Singapore and Bangkok as well so without any rigidity you can pack your bags and leave for a holiday. Air India has also appealed to Union Home  Ministry for a combo flight from Chandigarh to London via Delhi.

 Additional changes

Apart  from new flights a duty free shop and some retail shops are also opening for public. The International  Airport  will be beautified by green belt soon this new year 2017. The International Cargo and an Aerobridge is soon to launched which will perform operation in this upcoming year.

Flights Timing

The Chandigarh to Leh flight have already been started with Air India it will fly three days in a week (Tuesday,Thursday,Saturday).

10:20 HRS 9:40 HRS 1 hr 10 min Tue,Thu,Sat Air India CHD-LEH


The two international flights to Singapore and Bangkok are expected to start by March 2017 thrice a week. The schedules of the flights  are  yet to be published.

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