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Pune Will Be Air India's Base to Ramp up Maharashtra Connectivity

1. Air India to Use Its Pune Base as Its Base to Ramp up the Regional Connectivity

The non-availability of slots at Mumbai’s Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport (CSIA) will prompt Air India to use its Pune base as its base to ramp up the regional connectivity in Maharashtra, linking some most visited Indian regions like Amravati, Nanded, Shirdi and Nashik. The Government has been holding meetings with the scheduled and unscheduled airlines as parts of their plan to develop civil aviation infrastructure in the state.

Mr. Mukesh Bhatia – The Regional Director (Western Region), Air India said, “We may connect these cities may be by using Pune as our base and connecting it once with Mumbai. There is a severe shortage of slots availability at CSIA.” The state has currently 28 airstrips and airports, of which four are under construction or proposed, two are private and one is not in use.

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