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No major solution of Tripura’s flight crisis problems, ticket fares go high : Passengers suffer
No major solution of Tripura’s flight crisis problems, ticket fares go high : Passengers suffer
AGARTALA, June 25 (TIWN): Due to having only two Airline companies, Tripura is reeling under massive flight crisis. Airlines Companies yet to show any positive reply to the State Govt’s please as SpiceJet didn’t respond to Tripura Govt’s demand of Agartala-Guwahati routes flight. However, Chief Minister Biplab Deb has requested central Govt to give one-way flight to Agartala-Delhi, Delhi-Agartala which is hoping to be come in action. During NITI Aayog meeting, Tripura Chief Minister Biplab Deb has sought a direct flight between Agartala-Delhi, Delhi-Agartala.This demand was kept one of the top prioritized issues of the Govt.Also, the CM has demanded more numbers of flights from Agartala Airport due to sudden decrease in the flight counts.The Agartala-Delhi connectivity was asked for the ease-move of Doctors, Technocrats, Health Experts, Central Govt officials, Private Investors to save their valuable times.To mitigate the ongoing flight crisis, Govt of Tripura has requested the SpiceJet airline company to connect Agartala’s Maharaja Bir Bikram Airport under its Dhaka-Guwahati flight service.In a letter L.H.Darlong, Principal Secretary to the Govt of Tripura has written to Ajay Singh, Chairman and Managing Director of SpiceJet regarding this.
Govt of  Tripura
USA Diary