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  Indigo To Have Flight Services From Hubballi To Mangaluru And Mysuru

 Indigo to have flight services from Hubballi to Mangaluru and Mysuru, Union minister Prahlad Joshi had appealed to IndiGo airlines. The airlines, responding to the request of Joshi, said flight service may begin from May 1. It will be four days a week from Hubballi to Mangaluru and three days a week to Mysuru from May 3. This information is provided in a press release by the union minister’s office in the city.

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  Union minister Prahlad Joshi said in a tweet, “The union government has developed Hubballi airport into a well-equipped facility. There was a need to have flight services from Hubballi to Mysuru and Mangaluru. Now, this demand is being fulfilled.”

  Joshi also thanked the union minister for civil aviation Jyotiraditya Scindia and the management of Indigo airlines who responded to his appeal and made the service of flight available.

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