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A warm welcome aboard! The Indian domestic air carriers continued to fly high in October. During the month they flew 8.67 million passengers, marking 23.2 per cent growth over 7.04 million passengers carried in October last year. Reflecting strong demand, passengers carried by domestic airlines during January-October 2016 were 81.37 million as against 66.06 million during the corresponding period last year, thereby registering a growth of 23.18% according to the Directorate General of Civil Aviation. During October, GoAir continued its positive performance and recorded a passenger load factor of almost 85 per cent. In November, we completed 11 years of flying in the Indian skies, marking another significant milestone to our journey. On this momentous occasion, I thank you for your unstinted support and look forward to the same for years to come. It is our constant endeavor to provide seamless and affordable flying experience to our customers. For the upcoming winter holiday season, we have launched our first ever daily direct flight to Port Blair from Mumbai. With our recently introduced Flight+Hotel product, you can plan a memorable winter vacation with your friends and family. Please stay tuned to our website and social media channels for exciting offers and promotions. I wish you a very pleasant flight. We look forward to serving you again.


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34 MY DIARY 16 | CHECK-IN 20 | IN FOCUS

BAG PACK 24 | HOLLY JOLLY CHRISTMAS There are many ways to soak in the Yuletide spirit in India

TRAVEL DIARY

34 | DESTINATION WEDDINGS Wedding destinations that can woo you with their beauty

46 | BHUBANESWAR

Discover why Bhubaneswar is called ‘The city of temples’

CHIT CHAT 52 | NEHA SHARMA

The actor feels it’s time to pursue her childhood dream

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62 FOOD DIARY 56 | HEARTY SOUPS

A steaming bowl of soup is the ultimate comfort food in winter

THROUGH LENSES 62 | STREET PAINTINGS Streets talk about people, their interactions and movement

MIXED BAG 72 | FORECAST 74 | SPOTLIGHT

AIRLINE INSIGHTS 80 | IN-FLIGHT MENU 82 | GO BUZZ 86 | PRIDE OF GOAIR 88 | SCHEDULE

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56 For any GoAir business related enquiries, contact: NORTH Rahul Gupta, rahul.gupta@goair.in

EAST Satyabrata Singh, satyabrata.singh@goair.in

SOUTH Praveen Kumar, s.praveen@goair.in

WEST Gaurav Patwari, gaurav.patwari@goair.in


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Check-in DELHI COOK OUT- WORLD BARBEQUE FESTIVAL

The festival is a platform to showcase varied traditions of barbeque across the world and best of barbeque delicacies. Celebrity chefs will conduct a do-it-yourself barbeque session and also teach the art of serving the patrons. Other highlights include the mix of best wines, beers and spirits and grooviest jazz. When: December 9-11, 2016 Where: DLF Place, Saket

THE MILLENNIUM ART FUSION (MAF)

With an intent to bring the state of Haryana into limelight through art and culture related activities, this event acts as a platform for all the talented artists including painters, sculptors, photographers and graphic designers. The other highlight of the festival includes 100 painters painting live with music playing in the background. When: December 2-5, 2016 Where: Rangbhoomi, Open Air Theatre, Gurugram

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KRACKER JACK

Promoting wellness, the 10 th edition of ‘Expo and Carnival’ offers a chance to meet and greet your favourite cartoon characters live on stage. The other highlights of the festival include interactive workshops, cool rides, entertaining acts, display of latest products and services in the market and scrumptious delicacies. When: December 10-11, 2016 Where: Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, New Delhi


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GIANT LANTERN FESTIVAL

KOCHI-MUZIRIS BIENNALE The third edition of the Biennale titled ‘Forming in the pupil of an eye’ will run for 108 days. The festival will feature writers, dancers, poets, musicians and theatre practitioners along with a host of visual artists from 36 countries.

The other highlights of the festival include performances, exhibitions and discussions. When: December 11, 2016- March 31, 2017 Where: Venues across Fort Kochi and Ernakulam, Kerela

The festival features a contest of huge giant lanterns which are the prime attraction of the festival. The event is home to innovative designs that display creativity and are infused with originality. The stunningly beautiful event is also marked with inclusion of disco lights. When: December 19, 2016 Where: Pampanga, Philippines

THE ART OF SHIBORI

Exploring various techniques of resist dyeing, the exhibition is deeply influenced by the Japanese aesthetic Wabi- Sabi centred on the acceptance of transience and imperfection.

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The art involves intricate stitching, multiple levels of dyeing, discharging and finally unstitching with precise chemistry of colours. When: December 14-17, 2016 Where: Gallery Art Motif, New Delhi

The first edition of the 8-day festival is an intensive program of exhibitions and performances from the fields of music, dance, theatre, visual and culinary arts. This year’s festival will be the first edition in a longterm cultural project that hopes to bring positive change in art in India on a large scale. The highlights of the festival include interaction with practitioners of art to promote and inspire the youth. When: December 16-23, 2016 Where: Panaji, Goa

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SERENDIPITY ARTS FESTIVAL


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In focus

66% of couples find travel to be more romantic than gifts. Women who take regular vacations have 50% reduced heart attack risks. Men who take regular vacations have 21% lesser risks of early deaths.

2x

Depression risks increase two times in females who don’t travel.

Dubai is now home to Bollywood Parks, the first ever Bollywood themed park in the world. Part of Dubai Parks and Resorts (DPR), which is being developed as the region’s ‘largest integrated theme park resort’, the lively park boasts of cinemas, a theatre, rides and simulators as well as 4D shows reminiscent of popular Hindi movies. Spread over 25 million square feet (2.3 million square metres), it will also feature three theme parks and a water park. The resort is located near the region’s busiest port and close to where Dubai is expanding its second airport to make it the world’s largest. Structures like a mock-up of a suburban Mumbai railway train and the Rajmahal theatre, which will stage live musicals, are garnering the attention of visitors.

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Twenty-six islands in Andamans and Lakshadweep will be provided with the necessary infrastructure to attract tourists. The project falls under the Holistic Development Vision of India. The developmental activities shall be centred around basic infrastructure, tourism, agriculture, including organic agriculture and fisheries and carbonneutral energy generation. Solar energy will be used extensively in this exercise and the scale of infrastructure development will vary from island to island considering the environmental conditions. The biggest challenge is to provide connectivity with the mainland, hence some of the islands will be developed only for day-time tourism.

Travel Trends and Benefits from around the Globe TRAVEL TRENDS FROM AROUND THE GLOBE

63% travel with family

41.3% opt for luxury cruises

33.2% opt for adventure trips

22% prefer private tours

19% opt for resort stays

Source: Daily Infographic

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AVIATION FACTS AIRPORT CONTROL TOWER WINDOWS

must be angled at 15 degrees from vertical at the top to decrease reflections from both inside and outside the tower.

During

FLEXIBILITY TESTING

airplane’s wings are bent up to 90 degrees and eventually until they snap to find breaking point.

FLYING TO UN-SERVED & UNDER-SERVED AIRPORTS IN INDIA Airlines in the country would start operating in under or unserved airports from January 2017 under UDAN, Government’s Regional Connectivity Scheme. The primary goal is to facilitate regional air connectivity by making it

affordable. There are 17 under-served airports and 407 un-served airstrips in the country. A survey will be conducted by airline operators to gauge the demand on particular routes after which concerned bodies will provide the funding.

GOA’S MANDREM BEACH - NEW HOTSPOT FOR PARAGLIDING FACILITY

BRAND NEW AIRPORT FOR KARNATAKA

If you are planning a Goa visit this winter season, leave aside the regular and head to Goa’s best kept secret- Mandrem beach on the North coast. The laid back and languid place has turned into a tourist hotspot after Goa Tourism Development Corporation (GTDC) recently launched motorised paragliding here. The motorised paraglide is a simple two-seater powered flying machine and is known to be the safest of all flying machines. It is a slow flying aircraft, allowing passengers to enjoy the scenery down below.

The Government of India proposes to construct 200 new airports across the country over the next 20 years, mainly in tier two and three cities. Karnataka, the city of majestic temples and beautiful gardens, will be among the first ones to have a new airport. It will be developed by the Karnataka Public Works Department (PWD). The work is due to be completed in three phases. The first phase is expected to be completed by March 2018.

A glider—also known as a

SAILPLANE

The internet and online check-in was first introduced in 1999.

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has no power source of its own. Instead, it uses natural air movements for propulsion and maneuvering.


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Holly Jolly

Christmas

Neighbourhoods filled with melodious sounds of carol singing, the sweet aroma of cakes and cookies emanating from bakeries, decked up churches and markets filled with Christmas trees, Santa figurines and poinsettia flowers are just some things that announce, Christmas is here.

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ne of the most awaited and loved winter festivals, Christmas brings along with it a lot of cheer and hope and also encourages us to experience the joy of giving. While there are many ways to soak in the Yuletide spirit in India, why not plan a Christmas outing this year to

add to the fun? There are many places that celebrate Christmas with a lot of merriment and splendour, but we urge you to visit Goa to experience its Portuguese-influenced Christmas or tag along with locals in Puducherry and be part of their French-style celebrations or shop to your heart’s content at Kolkata’s well-stocked Christmas markets, to experience a different sort of Christmas.

Enter the magical world of Santa, elves and Rudolph


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○ Goa being a popular winter getaway, it would be wise to book your stay well in advance. ○ Choose North Goa as it is livelier with more entertainment options.

PORTUGESE STYLE, GOA No place in India is as magical on Christmas as Goa. With Roman Catholics comprising a major chunk of the Goa population, add to it the Portuguese legacy, this beach state celebrates Christmas in the most traditional way. Keeping up with the Portuguese style tradition, Goans decorate their homes with nativity scenes. The entire city looks beautiful decked up with poinsettia flowers and lights. Attending a midnight mass at one of the stunningly decorated historical churches or by visiting one of Goa’s heritage cathedrals is a good idea. Some famous Churches are Basilica

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of Bom Jesus, Se Cathedral, Church of Our Lady of Immaculate Conception and Church of St. Francis of Assisi. Families and friends mainly bond over Christmas lunches and dinners, which are coupled with live music. Goan homes and bakeries dish out sweets such as dodol (coconut and cashew squares), neureos (stuffed dry fruit and coconut balls), kol-kols and fruit cake. To get a taste of the traditional Christmas meal, try the traditional Goan curry, sorpatel (meat in spicy sauce), chicken cafreal (green spice paste) and bebinca (seven layered pudding), the quintessential Goan desert. A Portuguese special dish called

Bacalhau da Consoada is traditionally prepared on Christmas eve. Goa is also known for its happening party scene at this time of the year. Beaches like Anjuna, Mapusa and Candolim are best options. Popular dance and music festivals like Sunburn and Supersonic also take place here at the end of december.

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Best way to move around is on a bicycle. Also, don’t forget to carry a water bottle and hat for protection.

FRENCH INSPIRED, PUDUCHERRY The moment you arrive in Puducherry on a Christmas eve, your notion of ‘Goa being the only best place to celebrate Christmas’ falls apart. Christmas in this former French colony, made up of a majority of Christian population, is as grand and authentic. A lot of French natives visit the city during the festival. One is spoilt for choice when it comes to choosing which place to head to for the midnight Christmas mass with the city being home to lovely churches that have eye-catching Roman and Gothic architecture and stunning Christmas decorations. This is an activity we suggest one must do for the unique experience it provides. The sight of the French singing carols

along with Indians is one to remember! Locals celebrate Christmas following all the traditions and ample time is spent in elaborate decorations of the Christmas tree. The next thing to experience in the city is its fabulous dinners during Christmas. Many restaurants offer the traditional turkey dinner during the time. The beauty of Puducherry touches your core and apart from enjoying the festivities, you can simply put up your feet and relax at one of the many wonderful beaches. Sri Aurobindo Ashram is another place that is worth a visit and attracts followers from all over the world.

GoAir operates direct flights to Chennai from Hyderabad, Kolkata, Mumbai, Port Blair and Pune, and easy connections from Delhi, Ahmedabad, etc.

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Chennai, Tamil Nadu

If driving on a weekend, use the NH45 for a safe and smooth ride

Puducherry


SMART TIPS

Three hours from Kolkata, Mandarmani is a beach destination which can take your stress away and prove to be an idyllic paradise worth a visit in the winter. This is a place to walk barefoot for therapeutic reasons.

EXCITING, KOLKATA The city of Kolkata celebrates Christmas with a lot of excitement. During the festival, the weather is just perfect, neither hot nor cold, and this plays a role in setting the mood right for the celebrations. The famous Park Street, usually where all the action takes place, is decked up in Christmas colours with murals showcasing Christmas fables days before the actual festival. There is a two-hour long Christmas Parade besides food stalls set up by members of different communities residing in the city and live music performances. Park Street is closed for traffic so that

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revellers can take to the streets. If you wish to shop for Christmas trees and Santa Claus figurines of any size, New Market is the place. Street vendors here are game for bargaining and if you possess the skills for it, you can try your luck. The various bakeries lined on the outskirts of the market that make some wonderfully delicious cakes, struggle to keep up with the overflowing number of fruit cake orders they receive during Christmas. By Christmas eve the whole of Kolkatta is out there on the streets to celebrate. While some come to enjoy the Christmas special meals that restaurants offer, some are just there to enjoy the Yuletide spirit wearing Santa caps.

CONNECT

GoAir operates direct flights to Kolkata from Ahmedabad, Chennai, Delhi, Hyderabad, Lucknow and Port Blair among others and easy connections from Bengaluru, Mumbai and Srinagar.

EXPERIENCE A WHITE CHRISTMAS Celebrating Christmas amidst frosty snowflakes falling down from the sky sure is an out-of-theworld experience. Some places around the globe known to have an amazing White Christmas are Oslo, Salzburg, Montreal, Helsinki, St Petersburg, Chicago, Prague and Aspen. Back home in India, you can best experience the fun and thrill of White Christmas at Gulmarg, Shimla, Auli and Manali.


to India’s Largest Snow Park to enjoy snowfall,a snow hike and even a dance floor for magical snowy moments of this Christmas period. To add to the festive fervour, look out for the mesmerizing Christmas décor as Santa Claus brings his team of reindeers, elves, snowman and lots of gifts around the Christmas tree. With the very pleasant evenings, make sure to witness the Grand Imagica Parade with our cool Imagica characters, floats, dancers, magicians, as well as the spectacular laser show after

Your cool holiday destination this winter vacation Spend some exciting time with your family and take back delightful memories

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become a child again and fire water from cannons in Splash Ahoy. The immersive motion simulation technology used in our Mr India attraction at the Theme Park will leave you awestruck. For the not so faint-hearted we have a bunch of crazy rollercoasters which will give you an adrenaline rush. Enjoy the Water Park as you Zip Zap Zoom through the crazy slides or go Twisty Turvy in a thrilling high speed ride. You can also squeeze in a quick visit

sundown. It’s definitely a sight to behold! With so many activities it can get a bit exhaustive. The luxurious Novotel Imagica hotel lets you unwind from the exertion elegantly, with stylish rooms, all day dining options, a swimming pool, gymnasium and easy access to the Parks. If you are planning a getaway to one of the many nearby holiday destinations from Imagica, our Multi-Park ticket lets you enjoy all the parks at your convenience, anytime over 3 days. To make the most of your visit, you can also book 15 days in advance with the Early Bird offer and save 10% on the tickets. Loaded with gripping stories, fascinating adventures, breath-taking roller coasters, hair-raising heights, dungeons and dinosaurs with boats to wash it all down, there is plenty of something for everyone. This is where you won’t miss out on the beaches, the snow-capped mountains or the beauty of nature because Imagica lets you witness it all. So stop searching for places to visit near Mumbai and Pune, gather all your family members and just drive through the beautiful landscapes to come celebrate the winter cheer in style at this amazing holiday destination – Imagica, located just 2 hours away from the city, conveniently off the Mumbai - Pune expressway. To know more, visit www.adlabsimagica.com or call 022 42130405


Entry Gate of Amritsar

Visiting Amritsar will now be a truly religious and cultural experience. The holy city has received its biggest-ever makeover as part of Deputy Chief Minister Sukhbir Singh Badal’s dream project. The Rs. 210 crore endeavour has stunningly transformed the area around three iconic spots: the Town Hall, Jallianwala Bagh and Sri Harmandir Sahib. The once crowded corridor is now a grandiosely designed ‘Heritage Walkway’ dotted with surreal aura statues of historical figures, architecturally refurbished buildings and giant LEDs live streaming kirtans from Sri Darbar Sahib.

Heritage Street to Sri Harmandir Sahib

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A ‘knotty affair’ in tranquil locales!

Imagine exchanging wedding vows in an exquisite, beautiful, serene, soothing and heavenly location. This could either be a long stretch of lush green flora, sky-touching mountains, wavy waves of seas or the charismatic ghats of a river! Situated away from the hectic pace and maddening crowd, such offbeat locations are now becoming the preferred choices for young couples to tie their wedding knot. Archana Sharma


trend, adding a tinge of glamour element to the wedding celebrations. To catch up with this trend, we glance into a few of the wonderful wedding destinations which can become the venue of your lifelong affair! We list few locations in India which are sure to woo you with their beauty.

Destination weddings assure intimate participation of all guests

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any young couples, these days, are fascinated by an innovative concept of tying the knot in a tranquil location; amid the woods, on the wide-spread seashores, on serene ghats of sprawling rivers or on top of snow-capped mountains. This is basically coming up as an offbeat


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Green wedding @ Munnar Munnar is one of the most scenic wedding destinations in Kerala. It’s a beautiful hill station, which remains shrouded in mist and fog throughout the year. This wedding destination makes the wedding traveller spoilt for choice. Situated amidst Western Ghats Mountains, it is apt for country weddings and small intimate-style ceremonies. This is the best destination for those who are nature-lovers wanting to make their wedding ceremony a serene affair. Well-carpeted with emerald green tea plantations, and boasting of valleys, waterfalls, streams and rare flora and fauna, this place is easily accessible from Kochi and Coimbatore. A wedding being solemnised in this vicinage with a backdrop of the Western Ghats is the stuff of fairy tales kind. With the availability of charming

resorts, colonial bungalows and luxuriant tea estates, Munnar fulfills each of your desire for an ideal wedding. It being a nature-lover’s paradise, there are host of activities, such as bird watching, paragliding, cycling, hiking, fishing, horseback riding, boating, and shopping, in which the wedding families can indulge in during their stay. They can also enjoy helicopter tours, elephant rides and tours of the tea and coffee plantations, which make their experience all the more enjoyable.

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Munnar is 130 km (approx.) from Kochi. GoAir operates direct flights to Kochi from Mumbai, and easy connections from Delhi, Jaipur, Chandigarh, Leh and Lucknow.

Best Season: November to March

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Beach locations are favourite destination wedding sites as they are quiet and empty and ideal for an intimate ceremony.

Create a lifetime memory by indulging in an outdoor couple shoot in the exotic backdrops of Munnar. A picturesque tea garden can prove to be a perfect venue for ceremonies.

As destination is the venue and the guest list is limited, it automatically reduces the total wedding expense.


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Best season: March to September

SMART TIPS Dalhousie’s Tibetan handicrafts can make for beautiful return gifts. Kashmiri fare is a specialty and can be one amongst prewedding food platter.

Mountain wedding @ Dalhousie Do you want to solemnise your wedding at a location which enjoys a backdrop of snow-capped mountains or lush green hills? With a serene river flowing adjacent to the woods and thousands of flowers blooming around, such secluded place could be one of the best venues to tie the wedding knot. It might sound like a fairytale setting but then here comes the good news; it is now very easy for you to have your dream mountain wedding. Dalhousie is one among those picturesque mountain towns in India which is increasingly attracting many prospective brides and grooms as their

wedding destination. Located on the edge of Himalayas, and known for its stupendous beauty, it has a Scottish and Victorian style architecture which can make your wedding look like a classy affair. Mainly known for its abundant greenish surroundings, here guests can enjoy the option of visiting the Kalatop Wildlife Sanctuary and Dainkund peak. They also have the option of visiting various Buddhist monasteries in the nearby location. To reduce additional expenditure, you can also hire local priest and caterers to mark the event.

An hour away from Dalhousie is Khajjiar, which is a must visit. This picturesque spot is dotted with an emerald, saucer shaped meadow, dense deodhar forest, a legendary lake at its centre, floating island, a forest rest house, temple with a golden spire and a beautiful golf course.

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If budget is not a constraint, opt for a premium homestay option for the wedding, which will further personalise the whole experience.

Dalhousie is approx., 314 km from Chandigarh. GoAir operates direct flights to Chandigarh from Mumbai, and convenient connections from Goa, Bengaluru, Chennai, Kochi and Port Blair. For more information, log onto www.goair.in

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Historical wedding @ Hampi If you are in search of a religious site to mark your wedding occasion, Hampi can be a destination scoring high on your list. With plethora of temples and ancient monuments in and around this place, it could be an experience to cherish lifelong. Nothing can beat the experience of tying the knot amidst the marvellous ruins of the Vijayanâgara Empire. This town, located in South India, is often overlooked but it is well worth spending a few days exploring the ruins. Despite being a countryside village, it can be a treat for eyes for the wedding guests as it enjoys a wide variety of architecture accommodating the ruins of houses and palaces built by the Hindus as well as Sultanate Muslims somewhere

in the 15th century. The amazing sites range from ancient lotus-shaped pools to intricate sculptures. It’s an ideal place for all those looking for a romantic getaway as it has lot of historical monuments to explore which are surrounded by nature.

With plethora of temples and ancient monuments in and around this place, it could be an experience to cherish lifelong

MANDU: If you are searching for a wedding place with historical tint, then Mandu is the right answer for you. It exists as a fortress town in Dhar district of Madhya Pradesh. A witness to the once-blooming romance between Prince Baz Bahadur and Rani Roopmati, Mandu houses one among the most famous palaces, the Jahaz Mahal, which is the epitome of romance. Set amidst Satpura mountains, it can make the perfect backdrop for your offbeat wedding. The architecture of this place enjoys an old world charm and it can add the muchneeded panache to the dawn of your new relationship. The best time to plan your wedding here is from October to April.

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Best time to visit: October to April

SMART TIPS An ancient temple could be a perfect venue for the wedding. Traditional lunch/dinner is served on banana leaves in Hampi.

Hampi is approx. 342 km from Bengaluru. GoAir operates direct flights to Bengaluru from Mumbai, Delhi, Goa, Hyderabad, Port Blair, Pune and Ranchi, and easy connections from Lucknow, Nagpur and Patna.


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Best time to visit: OctoberMarch

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Beach wedding @ Havelock Islands If beaches make you crazy, then imagine exchanging your wedding vows in Havelock Islands. The pristine and snow-white shores will definitely leave you in awe of its beauty. The adventure and leisure experience will give you a memory unforgettable from the bottom of your heart. These islands are no less than a coastal paradise residing in the Bay of Bengal. Comprising of idyllic beaches and lush green forests, they are one of the paramount islands which are one of the most charming places to tie the knot. The long-stretched lagoons and limestone caves add more to the experience and the wedding travellers will be left delighted and excited looking at the vast-spread beauty around. The Havelock islands can make you spoilt for choices when it comes to wedding locations. You have plenty of offers to choose from; Right from choosing a beach, hotel or cruise

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The pristine and snowwhite shores will definitely leave you in awe of its beauty.

wedding, the choice is all yours to get the best! Havelock Islands can be easily reached from Port Blair in 90 minutes by air-conditioned ferry.

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Havelock Islands is approx., 67 km from Port Blair. GoAir operates direct flights to Port Blair from Bengaluru, Chennai, Kolkata and Mumbai, and convenient connections from Delhi, Hyderabad, Ahmedabad and Goa. For more information, log onto www.goair.in


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Best time to visit: September to March

SMART TIPS It’s better to check the availability of palace venues in advance. Opt for an elephant or camel baraat Desert safaris and excursions can be planned for guests.

Royal wedding @ Udaipur If you are keen to mark your wedding at location which is full of splendour, affluence and royalty, then Udaipur is the place to be! With its lovely lakes and pretty palaces existing through the city’s expanse, this beautiful place is admired by Indians and foreigners alike. The majestic palace buildings in Udaipur give it a sort of charisma that only few cities can rival. The weddings in Udaipur can be defined more like an extraordinary fairy-tale. Offering one of the finest settings for a marriage

ceremony, the Jag Mandir palace or the Oberoi-UdaiVilas has become world-famous wedding destination. This makes it one of the most popular destinations of wedding for Indians as well as foreigners. The palatial palaces boasts of ambiance and the aesthetic beauty which is one of its kind and unmatched. This city also offers a choice of very beautiful historical Haveli-converted Hotels which could be used for stay as well as the wedding festivities. Now, when the wedding bells

are ringing all around, don’t you think exchanging wedding vows in these heavenly places can take you on moon by giving lifelong memories? So check out which among these destinations appeals you the most to get hitched and get set go for the D-Day!

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Stay at haveliconverted hotels to get a royal feel. They can also be utilised for the wedding festivities.

Udaipur is approx., 412 km from Jaipur. GoAir operates direct flights to Jaipur from Mumbai, and convenient connections from Kochi, Bengaluru, Chennai, Goa and Port Blair. For more information, log onto www.goair.in

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Once home to more than 2,000 temples during the 7th-12th century AD, the city still has managed to preserve more than 500 temples, precisely the reason why Bhubaneswar is called the ‘City of Temples’.

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ith the ancient sobriquet of ‘Mandirmalini’ (a garland of temples) over the centuries, it is interesting to analyse as to why Bhubaneswar was established as the capital city of Odisha in the year 1948. Situated on the Mahanadi River delta, Bhubaneswar scored over Cuttack due to its central location, high altitude, vast plateau with ideal uplands and profound allegiance to rich historical and archaeological remnants. With ample vestiges of Buddhist and Jain history, the city is a historical feast. Apart from topping the recent Smart City challenge, it is also considered to be one of the fastest growing cities in India. The coexistence of ancient temples, Buddhist viharas,

A historical feast for travellers, explore the remnants of the past.

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Jain rock-cut shelters along with sprawling city squares, modern shopping centres and international food chains is remarkable. Bhubaneswar has all the trappings of a great modern metropolis without compromising on its inherent love for fresh air.

LINGARAJ TEMPLE James Fergusson (1808–86), a noted critic and historian rated the temple as “one of the finest examples of a purely Hindu temple in India.” Considered to be the tallest religious shrine of Bhubaneswar, Lingaraj Temple stands at 180 ft high. A 7.5 ft thick compound wall of laterite encompasses the structure with more than 50 small shrines of several Gods and Goddesses of the Hindu pantheon.

Built somewhere in the 11th century CE, it is a classic example of Kalinga style of architecture. It is estimated that around 6,000 pilgrims visit this ancient abode of Lord Shiva every day. The practice of taking the lamp (a huge candle) to the temple spire is an age old ritual practiced at Lingaraj Temple every Maha Shivrati. Devouts usually break their fast after this liturgy.

BINDUSAGAR Almost as old as the temple is the largest tank of Bhubaneswar. About 1300 ft. long and 700 ft. wide, this religious water body is embanked with stone, forming magnificent flight of steps. A tiny island protected by stone revetment is situated at the center of the tank with a small temple (Jala Mandir) in the north-east corner. Apart from being a popular picnic spot,


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this place turns into a visual delight during the occasion of Boita Bandana that commemorates Odisha’s rich maritime history. Also during the festival of Ashokastami, a replica of the Shivalingam of the Lingaraja Temple is taken to the Jala mandir for a ritualistic bath. The observance is celebrated amidst much fanfare among pilgrims.

With the rulers, during the peak of temple construction, favouring Shaivism, almost all the temples during that period are dedicated to Lord Shiva. Mukteswara is another one such temple located near Lingaraj. Considered to be the Gem of Odishan architecture, it was built in the 10 th century CE. The combination of the arched stone gateway (inspired by Buddhist architecture), the octagonal temple compound and ostentatious carvings on every inch of the structures is unparalleled in the country. Maintained by ASI (Archeological Survey of India), the place has sprawling lawns, trees and a sparkling pond in the backdrop.

NANDANKANAN ZOOLOGICAL PARK Situated near the Chandaka Wildlife Sanctuary, the zoo is on the banks of Kanjia Lake. Unknown to many, Nandankanan is the first zoo in India to join the World Association of Zoos and Aquariums (WAZA). Spread across a whopping 990 acres, it also holds the distinction of having the first White Bengal Tiger safari in the world. Apart from being a major crowd puller, white tigers are special because both parents must carry the unusual gene for white colouring and this double recessive

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MUKTESWARA TEMPLE

Best time to visit: November to February

Above: Mukteswara Temple; Right: Leopard at Nandankanan Zoo

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In stark contrast to almost every other temple in Odisha, the Raja Rani temple doesn’t have an idol in the sanctum! Reflecting the temple styles of Khajuraho, Historians wonder as to why such a temple was built in a place filled with Shaiva structures.


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Temple building activity in ancient Odisha started during the 6th century CE. This continued until the 16th century CE when the Mughal invasion in 1568 CE took place.

Above: Udaygiri Caves

allele in the genetic code only turns up naturally about once in 10,000 births. With mind boggling figures of 1,175 birds, 875 mammals, 250 reptiles, 21 amphibians, 11 fresh water and 4 marine aquariums, Nandankanan is one of the largest zoos in South East Asia. It’s a unique amalgamation of zoo, botanical garden and sanctuary.

UDAYGIRI & KHANDAGIRI CAVES The twin hills of Khandagiri and Udaygiri towards west of Bhubaneswar represent Odisha’s cave architecture dating back to 1st century BCE. These rock cut shelters are believed to have been chiseled out for Jain ascetics by King Kharvela of Kalinga. A 117 line inscription in Brahmi script describing the exploits of its builder can be found in one of the caves. Mostly used for meditation of Jain monks, these ornately carved caves contain several beautiful sculptures and scenes. An early morning visit to this place will bestow you a Buddhesque calm.

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The name of Bhubaneswar has come from ‘Tribhubaneswar’ (Lord of the Earth), a name of Shiva, the deity of the Lingaraja temple.

DHAULIGIRI SHANTI STUPA Almost 2,300 years ago, on the foothills of Dhauli, the famous Kalinga war was fought between Emperor Asoka of the Mauryan Empire and the state of Kalinga by the banks of river Daya. Legend has it that the battle was so fierce that parts of the river turned red with the blood of the soldiers. Apparently this gory battle made Emperor Asoka realise the follies of war. It is said that the Emperor sat at this very place and decided to lay down arms and propagate the message of non-violence all over the world. This beautiful white stupa was built by the Kalinga Nippon Buddha Sangha (the joint collaboration of Japanese Buddhist devotees and the Govt of Odisha in 1972) as a symbol of peace to commemorate the historical metamorphosis of one of the greatest Emperors of the world and birth of the Buddhist religion. The dazzling white peace pagoda with all its components of Buddhist architecture and sculptural decoration, of modern make, displaying Buddhist statues in all four directions and stories drawn from the jatakas including that of the Kalinga war in relief panels, is a tourist hotspot.

Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, the first Prime Minister of India, had laid the foundation stone of the city on April 13 in 1948.

Bhubaneswar has many temples made in the Kalinga architectural style, with a pine spire that curves to a point over the sanctum housing the presiding deity.


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Anubhav Sinha’’s Tum

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Your first international film Xuan Zang, produced by Wong Kar-wai, has been nominated for the Oscars. Did you expect it to become this big? I have always been a Wong Kar-wai fan. Nobody can make romantic films like him. He is producing this film. The Indo-Chinese treaty on boosting cultural relations was just announced when I did this film. It turned out to be a great platform for me. I just did it with the greed of being a part of a good film. Now I have learnt it is going for the Oscars. How was the experience of filming Tum Bin 2, a musical hit film? I have been working in the film industry for six years now. It doesn’t feel like it’s been so many years but I’ve been trying to do different kinds of roles. Tum Bin 2 was my first outright romantic film. I’ve done romantic comedies before but not a romance-drama. How did films happen to you? I am from Bihar originally but I was living in Delhi to pursue fashion at NIFT. I started doing part time modeling for my friends and seniors at the institute. For me, it was nothing more than earning pocket money. The modeling agency sent some of my images to film-makers, and I eventually got a call for Chirutha (2010). As a student, I was

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Neha Sharma With her first international venture going to Oscars, Tum Bin 2 actress Neha Sharma is on cloud nine. She chats with Go-getter about her fashion goals, and why she idolizes Kate Moss Karan Bhardwaj


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more excited about shooting outdoors in places like New Zealand, Australia and Bangkok. It was a big Telugu movie of that time. So movies were not your first love. Right? I’ve always loved dance and drama. After my first film, I developed a passion for cinema. I went to Mumbai and met Mohit Suri, who was looking for a heroine for his film Crook. Interestingly, he didn’t even audition me. So, I was lucky as I wasn’t screened for any of my film. Do you think formal training in acting is helpful? For me, everything has been learning by doing. I think working on a movie set has been the biggest learning exercise or course for me because once you are present on a set, you embrace all technicalities and better yourself with each passing day. Each film has been a great experience for me. Have you drawn any roadmap? No, I have stopped making roadmaps ever since I landed up in films from a fashion institute. Plans don’t work. What are the kinds of genres you would love to explore? I love watching every kind of film. Whether it is a romantic film like Dil Se or a thriller like A girl With A Dragon Tattoo or a dark film like Girl On A Train. I love horror films too. Would you resume your fashion career? Of course! I wanted to be a fashion designer since

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I feel it’s time to begin my work on fashion. I want to launch a line of clothes with special discounts for students. It will need great planning and support but I am willing to devote time. RAPID FIRE

I was a child. Meanwhile, I got busy with acting because it does require a lot of dedication. But now I feel it’s time that I begin my work on fashion. I want to launch an affordable line of clothes with special discounts for students. It will need a great planning and support but I am willing to devote time. When I was a student, I realised not many brands were pocket-friendly. So my label is going to be for those want fashionable clothes at cheaper rates.

Your favourite designer? Zuhair Murad & Coco Chanel. Your favorite shopping destination? Chicago

Do you think your celeb-status would further help you in your fashion enterprise? It should… because whatever I have achieved is on my own. So I am proud of it. And it is also a reason why I have taken so much of time to arrive at a status and work on my terms. Fashion business would need a lot of capital and awareness.

City you want to explore? South France TV series that you follow? I have just finished Stranger Things and I am watching The Affair. I’m looking forward to see next season of Game of Thrones.

Who are your style inspirations? Kate Moss… She’s ever so stylish. Her style has evolved over the years. Being a 5ft 6” tall model, she has defied all stereotypes. Then, she came out with her label Topshop which is pocketfriendly and offers discounts for students.

Would you like to be a part of Big Boss ever? No. It’s fun to be in there but you need to stay away from family for a very long time and I don’t think I can survive where there are no watches or newspapers.

Being daughter of a Congress politician (Ajit Sharma), would you ever resort to politics? I have too much on my plate right now. But I love the fact that my dad is doing so much for his country. The kind of work he is doing for women, children and their upliftment is amazing. I support him and I want to do great work with or without politics.

One Hindi film or character you wish you could have done? Manisha Koirala’s character from Dil Se!

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Winter Soups

Host of healthy ingredients in a soup are the perfect antidote for winter blues

A steaming bowl of soup bursting with flavours, made with varied ingredients, is the ultimate comfort food in winter, be it a desi paya shorba, a flavourful mulligatawny soup or even a pepper rasam. Mini Ribeiro

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holesome, hot and nourishing. That’s what everyone wants their mug or bowl of soup to be when the temperature drops. It could be a creamy thick soup or simply clear with veggies and meat or even a tangy pepper rasam made with lentils. The options are varied, based on individual preferences and palates. What’s more, soups can be from various cuisines, ranging from Western classics to Pan Asian favourites or even our very own desi shorbas and yes, healthy versions too. A classic roasted pumpkin soup never fails you, if smoked flavours are what you enjoy. For those wanting to tantalize their taste buds, a piquant tamatar ka shorba, can be a great option. A Mexican red lentil soup with lime and pepper or a spicy miso soup can be the answer for those seeking a

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spicy soup. Of course if soups are to be a substitute for a meal in winter, these must be wholesome and filling as well. Executive Chef Manav Koul, Sofitel Mumbai BKC explains, “Soups offer endless versatility in terms of textures, ingredients and flavour, as well as adaptability to the seasons, making it a popular choice these days. Soups also make for nutritious meals, which work well for the growing number of healthconscious people that we see today.”

GOING THE HEALTHY WAY Taste apart, warmth and immunity are key in this season to boost one’s immunity and thus, the right use of ingredients plays an important role. A careful selection of ingredients can up the health quotient of these comforting soups. Greens, roots, herbs, spices and meat when added, can make a world of difference to the soup in terms of

imparting it a healthy twist, which can safeguard one against winter ailments. Dark green leafy vegetables and seasonal vegetables, are a must addition and should be included wherever possible. Ginger and peppercorns as spices, with medicinal properties, too can do wonders. Executive Chef Pradipt Sinha, Jaipur Marriott Hotel, quips, “Adding a spoonful of ginger powder or some grated fresh ginger root, to the soup is an ideal way to boost your immunity and reduce inflammation, along with improving circulation and digestion.” Root vegetables, mushrooms and barley with an addition of meat stock makes for a robust and filling soup infused with health benefits. A lemon chickpea and greens soup, too is a good choice for non-vegetarians as it is rich in protein. A roasted sweet potato soup can be nutritious and tasty, as sweet potatoes


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deeply savoury, salubrious broth could be the answer, if one is seeking a light but comforting Oriental soup. A Thai prawn broth with fish stock as the base and fragrant Thai spices is a good option as well, as is the tom kha with coconut milk to temper the spice element. A Japanese miso soup with udon noodles again is delicious and proves to be a one bowl meal. An egg drop noodle soup immediately gives a burst of flavours and is replete with the requisite proteins too.

GLOBAL FAVOURITES There is something for every palate across European cuisines and these soups are quintessentially popular. Chef Manav Koul recommends roasted garlic and mascarpone soup, which is a traditional Italian soup. He says, “Use some good quality garlic and fresh herbs like bay leaves and thyme, and roast it well. Deglaze it with full-bodied

are packed with nutrients. Roasting the sweet potatoes first intensifies their flavour. A mixed vegetable or minestrone soup will also ensure you get a good mix of minerals, nutrients and antioxidants that destroy harmful chemicals in your body. A host of healthy ingredients in a soup, simmered slowly on low heat, can be the perfect antidote for winter blues. Executive Chef Pradipt Sinha, Jaipur Marriott Hotel, agrees, “Soups in winter help one soothe and relax in an inexplicable way when one is down with cold, cough and fever. The spice quotient should be perfect to give heat, as well as soothe to the throat. It’s about using the right spices like cinnamon (dalchini) sticks, cinnamon powder, nutmeg

Left: Paya Shorba; Below: Carrot and ginger soup

(jaiphal) powder, ginger, fresh turmeric, white pepper powder and pepper.”

PAN ASIAN FLAVOURS Pan Asian soups offer a myriad flavours which are universally appealing. Some soups can be clear, others with noodles, meats and vegetables. Clear chicken soup with light, fluffy dumplings and a

Soups in winter help one soothe in an inexplicable way when one is down with cold, cough and fever DID YOU KNOW?

Pho is a Vietnamese soup, packed with flavour and the perfect soup to warm you up. Although the ingredients may seem elaborate, the soup is simple to prepare and the broth can be made in advance in bulk and frozen.


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Always limit the sodium content of your soup by preparing your own stock from scratch.

There are almost 30 varieties of thyme. Some popular ones include French or common thyme, red creeping thyme, lemon thyme, caraway thyme.

Roasted chickpeas are protein-packed and achieve a crispy edged texture when roasted simply with olive oil and lemon zest.

Above: French onion soup

Italian white wine and add mascarpone and cream and end it with a dash of lemon juice. It is hearty and can be had with little focaccia bread on the side.” Another all-time favourite, according to him, is the Pot-au-feu (French soup), prepared by peasants, made with meat and root vegetables. This soup would usually be accompanied with some bread like pain au couronne.

BE DESI, EAT DESI Whoever said soups that satisfy you must be western classics or global concoctions only? Pepper rasam owing to its spice content, is soothing and therefore is a perfect soup for winter. Various mildly-flavoured shorbas from traditional Indian cuisine, made with vegetables, lentils and beans, are apt for winter. Chef Sinha recommends, Murgh makkai shorba, carrot and beetroot shorba, tamatar ka shorba, dal shorba. Paya shorba, a meat broth, generally lamb, where the meat is slow-cooked is a good choice as it is extremely healthy and keeps one warm. Says Chef Koul, “The bones of the meat impart nutrients such as calcium, phosphorous and magnesium that help build

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healthy bones, thereby making one’s body stronger for the winter season.”

ON THE SIDE Soups may be a meal in themselves, yet, many enjoy eating it with some accompaniments. Garlic bread, soup sticks, crostini are typical choices. Chef Sinha suggests, winter soups can be accompanied with fresh whole wheat breads, sandwich or a salad to make them a complete meal. Chef Manav Koul, states, “There are two ways to make a soup wholesome; one is by adding something to the soup other is by having something on the side to go with. For example, a minestrone soup may not be wholesome but if you add pasta, it becomes a meal of its own. Another example is French onion soup which is topped with a baguette croute and gruyère cheese, making it a complete meal.” So, seasonal vegetables, meaty mushrooms, tender chicken or lentils. Add what you like to your fragrant soups this season, but make sure it is satisfying and provides you with the requisite nutrients.

Root vegetables tend to be lower in calories, have a lower glycemic index load, and cause less digestive or inflammatory issues than many grains do.

Shorba is a type of soup, a spicy version of the somewhat bland concoction that precedes the main course at mealtimes.


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Where streets tell a story Streets of a city or a town mirror its vibe and culture along with landscapes and infrastructure. They talk about people, their interactions and movement. We take a look at some streets painted by the noted watercolourist Amit Kapoor.


In this picture is seen Kolkata’s famous Howrah Bridge perched beautifully atop the Hooghly River in West Bengal.


A street in Kolkata showcasing day-to-day activities. A balloon seller with colourful balloons walks along.


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A busy picture of the Chennai Railway Station that lies adjacent to the Southern Railway Headquarters and the Ripon buiding.

A black and yellow autorickshaw stands out against this white coloured temple in Nasik

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On a narrow winding street in McLeodganj, a mesh of wires forms a criss -cross pattern


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Demonetisation Advantage for India Greater formalisation of the economy, a transparent and strong banking system, reduced inflation rate are few benefits of this financial masterstroke.

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ts imperative to keep economics and politics separate. One needs to wait and watch for the positives of demonetisation drive initiated by the present government on the Indian economy. Prime Minister Narendra Modi in a special televised message on November 8, 2016 at about 8 pm  announced the demonetisation drive. Apparently, the withdrawal of the legal tender character of the then existing bank notes in Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 cast a huge responsibility on the banking system to swiftly withdraw these specified bank notes in as smooth a manner as possible and in a non-disruptive way. Also part of the duty is to provide in exchange notes of other denominations which are legal tender.

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UNIQUE STRESS TEST FOR EVERYONE The instant demand of new currency across the country has put both the Indian Banking System and people of India undergo a different kind of stress test. Serpentine queues have emerged across the the country to deposit, withdraw, or exchange their old Rs 500 and Rs 1000 bank notes against the new series of notes. But, modern India is witnessing many different revolutions in queues. People are seen excited, thrilled and happy to wait endlessly to grab their favourite newly launched mobile phones. Many a times these queues are of anxious fans to catch a glimpse of film stars, rock bands, artists and other celebrities. Of late, India has also started to see people waiting to get into their favourite restaurants, discotheques and shopping

centres to participate in certain promotional schemes. It definitely will pay off to stand in a queue, howsoever long it is, if it promises to lead the nation in a more globally competitive position and carries along a sovereign backing.

BOOST TO ECONOMY While it is not possible to have a firm estimate of unaccounted wealth, industry estimates that around a fifth of India’s GDP or around 450 billion dollar, which is believed to be stored across various channels including tangible assets and cash. The currency in the form of Rs 1000 and Rs 500 notes amounted to Rs 14.2 lakh crore as of March 2016, or about 85 per cent of total currency in circulation. In words of CII Director General Chandrajit Banerjee, the biggest gain from this move

The prevalence of cash use has also made India prone to high inflation.


will be greater formalisation of the economy. Currently, the costs of informality are evident in low tax base which impacts government revenues, lack of economic control through monetary instruments, and lower economies of scale. India’s tax base is low and its tax to GDP ratio needs to increase from the current level of 16.6 per cent, which is much lower than about 21 per cent in other emerging economies. Less than 30 million Indians filed personal income tax with more than half of these paying no tax.

India’s tax base is low and its tax to GDP ratio needs to increase from the current level of 16.6 per cent. It’s no rocket science that once the economic activities that were not accounted for get into the organised sector, the size of the economy will grow. Hence, the Indian economy from present 2 trillion dollar worth could become a 10 trillion dollar economy at a much faster pace than anticipated earlier backed by rise in global ranking on ease of doing business. It will prevent people from violating the law with impunity even for daily business transactions, CII said.  

EASES INFLATIONARY PRESSURES, EMIS The demonetisation drive will work wonders for banks whose deposit mobilisation will be strengthened. Once the old currency notes are deposited with banks and more households find it imperative to open bank accounts and make use of card payments, the banking system will witness increase in banks’ liquidity. A direct fall out of enhanced liquidity in banks is the lowering of deposit and lending rates that helps ease the burden of EMIs and augurs well from an macroeconomic front for the real estate, automobile sectors and the industry at large that have more funds available for businesses. Also, the crackdown on black money by demonetisation will bring down the inflation believes the Vice Chairman of NITI Aayog,  Arvind Panagariya. “The move will ensure that transactions will now go much more through the banking system  which will ensure transparency.  He expressed confidence that the Government’s decision will go a long way in flushing out the black money and bring down the inflation,” Another major benefit of this demonetisation drive is like a direct attack on terrorism according to the Chairman, SIT on Black Money & Former Judge of the Supreme Court of India, Justice MB Shah and Former Judge of the Supreme Court of India & Vice- Chairman, SIT on Black Money, Justice  Arijit  Pasayat. “The prevalence of cash use has also made India prone to high inflation. Corruption and excessive cash use tends to erode the purchasing power of money. Lower cash use will have a dampening impact on inflation and this will be a further positive for India’s macrofundamentals,” they stated in a jointly written letter to the Union Finance Minister.


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FORECAST FOR DECEMBER 2016

BY DR. PREM KUMAR SHARMA

ARIES

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GEMINI

CANCER

LEO

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The month is excellent and rest of the months follow suit. You will make steady progress up the corporate ladder on professional front. Those into real estate will prosper. A profitable venture is in the offing. Feng Shui Tip: Place the company signboard in the wealth area to outdo competitors.

This may be a challenging period on the romantic front. Moneywise, it’s a good time. Also, a good time to request a raise at work. Go ahead with financial deals as the month appears favourable. Feng Shui Tip: Put up paintings of horses galloping as they bring energy, luck, wealth and opportunities.

Focus will be on love. You will manage to impress someone. Someone may take you to meet an old friend. Praise comes in plenty for professionals. Better opportunities await those considering a job switch. Feng Shui Tip: Use a headboard for harmony with your partner. Avoid metal headboards.

Professionally, there will be no stopping you. Financial front will be strong. A friendship may blossom into romance. You can expect support of your well wishers. Spiritual endeavours will help bring peace. Feng Shui Tip: Paint the south room in your house in a shade of red to bring attention to yourself.

Invest your time in implementing new ideas on the financial front. You need to show your colleagues a better way of handling a task. You may get opportunity to meet imminent and influential people. Feng Shui Tip: The more your kitchen is clean and welcoming the more healthy you are.

You are favourably placed on both personal and professional fronts. An important task is likely to go well. An expected inheritance may materialise. Rekindling your love life is much needed. Feng Shui Tip: Plant flowers in shades of pink, red, and white, or those that will attract butterflies.

AQUARIUS

PISCES

Love relationship gets strengthened. Don’t neglect health. Financial condition improves substantially so expect to have a good time. Chart out a fresh course of action on romantic front. Feng Shui Tip: Have a safe placed in the north or west side, to represent metal, for prosperity.

Luck will favour those seeking love. Someone may take inordinate interest in you. An official task will keep you involved. An excellent time to push your career up the corporate ladder. Feng Shui Tip: Place the fax machine, telephone and computers in the wealth area to generate business.

LIBRA

SCORPIO

Strengthen your focus and improve weakness. Financially a good month. Past investments bring rewards, fresh investment is recommended. Foresight helps beat competition. Feng Shui Tip: Rough & smooth textures, dark & light colors, should be combined well for best chi.

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You progress in whatever you take up. Problems at work will be solved and an ugly situation will be diplomatically tackled by you. You take all preventive measures on health front. Feng Shui Tip: Decorate your office with positive symbols like Om, lord Ganesha, Swastik etc., for energy.

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SAGITTARIUS CAPRICORN You will enjoy family time this month. Financial problems end through your efforts. You will find things moving in a positive direction at work. You will enjoy some romantic moments with lover. Feng Shui Tip: Place computer in the northern or western part, to promote work, efficiency and creativity.

Chances are you get into the good books of a senior. A little praise will be enough to raise your spirits on professional front. Some will focus at the larger picture on social front. Love will come knocking at your door. Feng Shui Tip: Two eights, symbolises eternity. It can represent love that is undying and eternal.


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Received the 'Pride of India' award by the hands of The Ex Chief Minister of Delhi, Smt. Sheila Dixit in april 2016.

‘Titled Indian Nostradamus’ for her precise political predictions, since 2001 for our country.

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he World must turn to the Sun to power our Future. “As the developing world lifts billions of people into prosperity, our hope for a sustainable planet rests on a bold, global initiative”, said Prime Minister, Narendra Modi in one of his speeches. Featherlite, one of the first manufacturing units in the state of Karnataka, took this seriously. Today, the company happens to be one of the first Office Furniture manufacturing plant which runs on 100% Solar Powered Energy. Featherlite is one of the first manufacturing units to not only sign an

MOU with the State Government but also to implement and generate 1 MW Solar Rooftop Photovoltaic system (SRTPV) on an industrial building. A total number of 3,000 solar panels each generating 320Wp of power per day have been imported from Canadian Solar Inc. String inverters (16 numbers) manufactured by Delta Power Solutions Pvt. Ltd. support the power generation and transmission to Power Receiving Yard. The system has been integrated with State power supply Board and surplus power generated is fed into the grid. This major initiative by the company has reaffirmed Group’s commitment to minimising environment degradation by reducing Carbon Footprint and helping the Government to achieve ‘Electricity for All’ by 2020 goal set by the Prime Minister. Both Central and State Governments are extensively promoting alternative sources of energy to meet growing demands in rural and urban areas. With around 300 days of sunshine every year, India has best conditions in the world to harness Solar Energy. Rapid expansion of solar power is aimed to improve the quality of life of Indians. It can also create thousands of jobs in the Solar Industry besides improving environment, productivity and general health.

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Gyanendra Mugal

About me: I am a cheerful, optimistic and a happy-go-lucky person. It is in my basic nature to care for others. So I enjoy helping others a lot. What makes me happy: I love pursuing hobbies like cooking and dancing. It makes me happy. Also I feel, elderly people and smiling kids add happiness to this world. My inspiration: Apart from my mother and my elder brother, I admire Saint Mother Teresa, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and cricket icon Sachin Tendulkar. My passion: My passion lies in flying. I also love yoga and travelling. My motto in life: Choose a job you love, and you will never have to work for a day in your life. GoAir to me is: I am living my dream with GoAir. It has taught me faith, perseverance, strength and perfection. I owe my success to GoAir.

Base Manager, Inflight Services

Senior Executive, Human Resources

About me: I love myself, my family, my crazy lifestyle and my discipline. What makes me happy: A weekend, when I can play with my daughter and spend time in the gym. My inspiration: My father is my biggest inspiration, my biggest supporter and my greatest sounding board. My mother’s smile encourages me to face all problems. My passion: Apart from my passion for flying,

Manager, Flight Operations Training About me: I am shy and quiet as a person and only those close to me know my funny side. I have high regards for values and traditions. What makes me happy: When I accomplish an assigned task within the scheduled time, it makes me happy. My inspiration: Every moment of life gives us an opportunity to learn, which is inspiring for me. My passion: I am passionate about fulfilling my responsibilities and helping others gives me satisfaction. My motto in life: I aspire to contribute towards society’s upliftment. GoAir to me is: GoAir is like a big family where everyone contributes his/her best and the family in turn nourishes his/her dreams.

Ram Chandra Pandey

Inflight Manager, Inflight Services

About me: Professionally, I am a workaholic and I love to prove myself each time I’m challenged. Personally, I always try to be positive and believe in God. I aspire to inspire people around me. What makes me happy: Simple things like the smile on my child’s face, affection from my hubby, fun times with cousins and friends and blessings from my parents. My inspiration: Each day teaches and inspires me in different and amusing ways. I’m blessed to have people around me who have inspired me in one way or the other. My passion: I love dancing! My motto in life: Success is not how much money you make but how much difference you make in peoples life. GoAir to me is: My lifeline. It has become an integral part of my life. My team has been more than supportive and inspiring. As I always say “My second family” :-)

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which I am living, I am passionate about helping others and have been lucky enough to have had opportunities to assist others. My motto in life: Being myself. It is one of the hardest things as you always wonder whether you will be accepted. GoAir to me is: GoAir’s happy environment is the reason for me to be content with my job. I am grateful to God that I am a part of the GoAir family. It is my source of strength all the time. (Pride of GoAir features our Quarterly Achievers)

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Flight schedule From - To

AHMEDABAD(AMD) Kolkata Kolkata Mumbai Mumbai Mumbai Mumbai Mumbai Pune Chennai* Guwahati* Guwahati* Bagdogra** Bengaluru** Bhubaneswar** Goa** Port Blair** BAGDOGRA(IXB) Delhi Delhi Delhi Delhi Kolkata Kolkata Chennai* Chennai* Lucknow** Mumbai** Mumbai** Mumbai** Mumbai** Pune** Pune** BENGALURU(BLR) Delhi Delhi Delhi Delhi Goa Goa Goa Hyderabad Mumbai Mumbai Mumbai Mumbai Mumbai Mumbai Mumbai Patna Patna Port Blair Port Blair Port Blair Port Blair Port Blair Pune Pune Pune Pune Delhi* Delhi* Lucknow* Lucknow* Nagpur* Nagpur* Ranchi* Ranchi* Ahmedabad** Ahmedabad** Ahmedabad** Bagdogra** Chandigarh** Chandigarh** Chandigarh** Guwahati** Jaipur** Jaipur** Jaipur** Jammu** Jammu** Jammu**

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G8 532 G8 532 G8 459 G8 368 G8 368 G8 370 G8 364 G8 633 G8 633 G8 532 G8 532 G8 532 G8 459 G8 459 G8 459 G8 364

6:10 6:25 9:25 9:25 19:55 21:50 23:55 21:20 21:20 6:25 06:10 6:25 9:25 9:25 9:25 23:55

9:00 9:10 10:40 10:35 21:20 23:15 1:15 22:30 0:40 11:00 10:50 15:05 16:10 18:15 14:50 7:15

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G8 633 G8 532 G8 532 G8 505 G8 323 G8 244 G8 371 G8 461

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26-Mar-17 30-Oct-16 30-Oct-16 26-Mar-17 30-Oct-16 26-Mar-17 30-Oct-16 30-Oct-16 30-Oct-16 30-Oct-16 26-Mar-17 30-Oct-16 01-Dec-16 01-Dec-16 01-Dec-16 30-Oct-16

28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 28-Oct-17 28-Oct-17 28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 24-Mar-17

G8 543 G8 154 G8 154 G8 160 G8 506 G8 506 G8 506 G8 506 G8 154 G8 154 G8 154 G8 154 G8 160 G8 154 G8 154

12:20 13:25 13:55 16:25 15:35 15:40 15:40 15:35 13:55 13:55 13:55 13:55 16:25 13:55 13:55

14:20 15:45 16:05 18:45 16:50 17:00 19:45 19:45 16:05 20:25 21:40 22:45 0:45 20:25 22:00

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G8 506 G8 506 G8 214 G8 640 G8 446 G8 428 G8 544 G8 275 G8 175

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26-Mar-17 26-Mar-17 30-Oct-16 30-Oct-16 26-Mar-17 30-Oct-16 30-Oct-16 26-Mar-17 01-Feb-17 30-Oct-16 30-Oct-16 30-Oct-16 30-Oct-16 30-Oct-16 30-Oct-16

28-Oct-17 28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17

G8 116 G8 116 G8 118 G8 118 G8 285 G8 285 G8 253 G8 294 G8 418 G8 318 G8 395 G8 520 G8 320 G8 426 G8 326 G8 272 G8 272 G8 291 G8 291 G8 291 G8 291 G8 291 G8 283 G8 283 G8 241 G8 241 G8 285 G8 285 G8 395 G8 395 G8 283 G8 283 G8 272 G8 272 G8 520 G8 520 G8 241 G8 116 G8 418 G8 418 G8 395 G8 116 G8 418 G8 395 G8 395 G8 418 G8 116 G8 116

5:40 8:00 20:40 20:45 15:35 15:50 23:10 19:00 5:45 5:45 8:10 16:35 16:35 22:00 22:50 9:05 9:20 11:55 14:45 14:45 15:35 15:50 5:45 5:45 16:40 16:45 15:50 15:35 8:10 08:10 5:45 05:45 9:20 09:05 16:35 16:35 16:45 8:00 5:45 5:45 8:10 8:00 5:45 8:10 8:10 5:45 8:00 8:00

8:50 10:35 23:20 23:30 17:00 17:00 0:20 20:15 7:10 7:10 9:35 18:15 17:50 23:30 0:30 11:35 11:45 14:40 17:20 17:20 18:10 18:25 7:10 7:00 18:00 18:05 20:10 20:05 12:30 12:30 8:50 08:50 13:00 12:55 23:25 20:35 0:10 13:25 12:25 10:55 17:20 14:50 12:40 17:10 17:10 14:00 14:35 16:05

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G8 285 G8 285 G8 395 G8 395 G8 283 G8 283 G8 272 G8 272 G8 412 G8 569 G8 451 G8 157 G8 381 G8 381 G8 483 G8 151 G8 390 G8 391 G8 468 G8 287 G8 697 G8 185

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Jammu** Kolkata** Kolkata** Lucknow** Lucknow** Lucknow** Lucknow** Ranchi** Srinagar** BHUBANESWAR(BBI) Hyderabad Kolkata Mumbai Mumbai Lucknow* Bagdogra** Patna** CHANDIGARH(IXC) Mumbai Mumbai Mumbai Mumbai Mumbai Mumbai Goa* Bengaluru** Bengaluru** Chennai** Chennai** Kochi** CHENNAI(MAA) Hyderabad Hyderabad Kolkata Mumbai Mumbai Mumbai Port Blair Port Blair Pune Pune Ahmedabad* Bagdogra* Bagdogra* Ahmedabad** Chandigarh** Chandigarh** Delhi** Delhi** Delhi** Delhi** Jaipur** Jammu** Lucknow** DELHI(DEL) Bagdogra Bagdogra Bagdogra Bagdogra Bengaluru Bengaluru Bengaluru Bengaluru Goa Goa Guwahati Guwahati Jammu Jammu Jammu Jammu Kolkata Kolkata Kolkata Leh Leh Leh Leh Lucknow Lucknow Lucknow Lucknow Lucknow

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Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily

14-Dec-16 14-Dec-16 26-Mar-17 30-Oct-16 14-Dec-16 14-Dec-16 14-Dec-16

28-Oct-17 28-Oct-17 28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17

G8 582 G8 382 G8 582 G8 384 G8 384 G8 384 G8 384 G8 582 G8 582 G8 582 G8 582 G8 582

11:25 11:30 12:55 17:50 19:00 19:00 19:00 11:25 12:55 11:25 12:55 11:25

13:50 13:50 15:20 20:15 21:15 21:15 23:05 16:10 22:30 20:20 20:20 19:05

Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Via Mumbai Via Mumbai Via Mumbai Via Mumbai Via Mumbai Via Mumbai

G8 384 G8 323 G8 396 G8 303 G8 303 G8 336

Daily Daily Daily Daily Ex Tu, We Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily

01-Feb-17 26-Mar-17 01-Dec-16 01-Dec-16 01-Feb-17 26-Mar-17 01-Feb-17 01-Feb-17 01-Dec-16 01-Feb-17 01-Dec-16 01-Feb-17

25-Mar-17 28-Oct-17 31-Jan-17 30-Jan-17 25-Mar-17 28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 31-Jan-17 25-Mar-17 31-Jan-17 25-Mar-17

G8 501 G8 503 G8 505 G8 302 G8 304 G8 304 G8 305 G8 305 G8 451 G8 451 G8 451 G8 505 G8 505 G8 304 G8 302 G8 304 G8 302 G8 302 G8 304 G8 304 G8 302 G8 302 G8 302

7:30 20:20 11:00 5:20 13:40 13:45 8:15 8:15 20:50 21:00 20:50 11:00 11:00 13:45 5:20 13:45 5:20 5:20 13:45 13:45 5:20 5:20 5:20

8:35 21:35 13:20 7:05 15:35 15:40 10:30 10:25 22:35 22:35 0:10 15:05 15:05 20:35 12:25 18:30 12:05 14:05 20:00 22:20 12:40 14:00 12:30

Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Via Pune Via Kolkata Via Kolkata Via Mumbai Via Mumbai Via Mumbai Via Mumbai Via Mumbai Via Mumbai Via Mumbai Via Mumbai Via Mumbai Via Mumbai

G8 451 G8 505 G8 505 G8 569 G8 381 G8 483 G8 319 G8 465 G8 439 G8 341 G8 390 G8 287 G8 395

Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Ex Tu, We Daily Daily Daily

30-Oct-16 30-Oct-16 30-Oct-16 30-Oct-16 26-Mar-17 01-Dec-16 30-Oct-16 26-Mar-17 30-Oct-16 26-Mar-17 30-Oct-16 30-Oct-16 26-Mar-17 01-Dec-16 01-Dec-16 01-Feb-17 30-Oct-16 01-Dec-16 01-Dec-16 01-Dec-16 01-Dec-16 30-Oct-16 01-Feb-17

28-Oct-17 28-Oct-17 28-Oct-17 28-Oct-17 28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 31-Jan-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 31-Jan-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17

G8 131 G8 153 G8 157 G8 155 G8 113 G8 113 G8 557 G8 117 G8 286 G8 286 G8 151 G8 151 G8 197 G8 697 G8 185 G8 185 G8 101 G8 127 G8 127 G8 215 G8 203 G8 710 G8 217 G8 207 G8 189 G8 268 G8 214 G8 214

9:30 10:50 11:15 13:40 5:45 5:50 18:40 20:35 10:40 10:50 12:35 14:10 12:45 13:10 14:05 14:45 5:55 19:50 20:55 5:15 6:40 8:40 8:40 5:25 5:25 14:45 16:35 16:45

11:50 12:55 13:25 15:50 8:25 8:35 21:20 23:30 13:20 13:35 14:50 16:35 14:00 14:35 15:25 16:05 8:05 22:05 23:10 6:30 8:05 10:00 10:00 6:30 6:30 15:45 17:40 17:45

Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop

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Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Ex Sat Daily Daily Daily Daily Ex Sa Daily Daily Daily Daily

26-Mar-17 26-Mar-17 30-Oct-16 30-Oct-16 26-Mar-17 30-Oct-16 30-Oct-16 26-Mar-17 26-Mar-17 30-Oct-16 30-Oct-16 26-Mar-17 26-Mar-17 30-Oct-16 26-Mar-17 30-Oct-16 30-Oct-16 30-Oct-16 26-Mar-17 1-May-17 26-Mar-17 30-Oct-16 26-Mar-17 01-Feb-17 1-Oct-17 14-Dec-16 26-Mar-17 30-Oct-16

28-Oct-17 28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 28-Oct-17 28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 28-Oct-17 28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 28-Oct-17 29-Sep-17 28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 28-Oct-17 30-Apr-17 27-Oct-17 28-Oct-17 28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17

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Lucknow Lucknow Mumbai Mumbai Mumbai Mumbai Mumbai Mumbai Mumbai Mumbai Mumbai Mumbai Mumbai Mumbai Mumbai Mumbai Mumbai Patna Patna Patna Patna Patna Pune Pune Pune Pune Pune Pune Pune Ranchi Ranchi Ranchi Ranchi Ranchi Srinagar Srinagar Srinagar Srinagar Srinagar Srinagar Srinagar Bengaluru* Bengaluru* Kochi* Kochi* Port Blair* Port Blair* Srinagar* Srinagar* Chennai** Chennai** Chennai** Goa** Goa** Goa** Goa** Goa** Kochi** Kochi** Port Blair** Port Blair** Ranchi** Ranchi** GOA Bengaluru Bengaluru Bengaluru Delhi Delhi Mumbai Mumbai Mumbai Mumbai Mumbai Mumbai Mumbai Chandigarh* Ahmedabad** Ahmedabad** Ahmedabad** Chandigarh** Delhi** Delhi**

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G8 181 G8 181 G8 530 G8 330 G8 334 G8 448 G8 338 G8 336 G8 336 G8 340 G8 640 G8 446 G8 346 G8 428 G8 342 G8 344 G8 544 G8 135 G8 140 G8 137 G8 149 G8 149 G8 173 G8 173 G8 173 G8 173 G8 171 G8 275 G8 175 G8 245 G8 145 G8 237 G8 147 G8 145 G8 190 G8 180 G8 128 G8 199 G8 213 G8 201 G8 229 G8 286 G8 286 G8 336 G8 336 G8 101 G8 101 G8 697 G8 197 G8 336 G8 275 G8 544 G8 530 G8 334 G8 448 G8 640 G8 544 G8 448 G8 544 G8 113 G8 544 G8 135 G8 140

20:55 21:55 7:05 7:05 8:05 10:45 10:45 14:10 14:20 18:05 18:15 19:30 19:35 20:40 20:50 22:30 22:35 6:20 10:35 12:35 15:05 17:25 8:10 8:20 8:40 8:55 18:20 18:25 19:55 6:10 9:25 12:45 17:50 17:55 5:45 7:45 9:25 9:40 14:35 15:35 16:50 10:50 10:40 14:10 14:20 5:55 05:55 13:10 12:45 14:10 18:25 22:35 7:05 8:05 10:45 18:15 22:35 10:45 22:35 5:50 22:35 6:20 10:35

21:55 22:55 9:10 9:10 10:15 12:50 12:50 16:15 16:15 20:15 20:25 21:40 21:35 22:45 23:00 0:35 0:45 7:55 12:10 14:10 16:40 19:00 10:15 10:25 10:45 11:00 20:20 20:25 22:00 7:50 11:05 14:30 19:30 19:40 7:00 9:05 10:45 11:00 16:00 17:00 18:10 15:20 14:55 19:05 19:05 10:55 10:55 15:50 15:10 20:20 0:40 7:40 12:35 14:50 14:50 23:05 6:25 19:05 7:50 14:40 7:15 13:00 14:55

Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Via Goa Via Goa Via Mumbai Via Mumbai Via Kolkata Via Kolkata Via Jammu Via Jammu Via Mumbai Via Pune Via Mumbai Via Mumbai Via Mumbai Via Mumbai Via Mumbai Via Mumbai Via Mumbai Via Mumbai Via Bengaluru Via Mumbai Via Patna Via Patna

G8 286 G8 286 G8 336 G8 336 G8 101 G8 101 G8 697 G8 197 G8 303 G8 633 G8 305 G8 141 G8 371 G8 371 G8 384 G8 575 G8 336 G8 347 G8 291 G8 461 G8 272 G8 585

Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Ex Tu,We Daily Ex Tu, We Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Sa Sat Daily Ex Sa Daily Ex Sat Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Ex Tu, We Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Ex Tu, We Daily Daily Ex Tu, We Daily Daily Ex Tu, We Daily Daily

01-Feb-17 26-Mar-17 30-Oct-16 26-Mar-17 30-Oct-16 01-Dec-16 26-Mar-17 01-Dec-16 26-Mar-17 26-Mar-17 30-Oct-16 30-Oct-16 26-Mar-17 30-Oct-16 26-Mar-17 26-Mar-17 30-Oct-16 01-Feb-17 30-Oct-16 26-Mar-17 30-Oct-16 26-Mar-17 05-Nov-16 1-Apr-17 30-Oct-16 26-Mar-17 26-Mar-17 30-Oct-16 30-Oct-16 30-Oct-16 26-Mar-17 30-Oct-16 26-Mar-17 30-Oct-16 26-Mar-17 01-Feb-17 30-Oct-16 26-Mar-17 26-Mar-17 26-Mar-17 26-Mar-17 30-Oct-16 26-Mar-17 01-Dec-16 26-Mar-17 30-Oct-16 26-Mar-17 30-Oct-16 26-Mar-17 01-Dec-16 30-Oct-16 30-Oct-16 30-Oct-16 01-Dec-16 01-Dec-16 30-Oct-16 30-Oct-16 01-Dec-16 01-Dec-16 11-Dec-16 30-Oct-16 01-Feb-17 30-Oct-16

25-Mar-17 28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 28-Oct-17 28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 28-Oct-17 28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 28-Oct-17 28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 28-Oct-17 24-Mar-17 27-Oct-17 28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 28-Oct-17 28-Oct-17 28-Oct-17 28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 24-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 24-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 30-Jan-17 25-Mar-17 24-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17

G8 254 G8 286 G8 286 G8 285 G8 285 G8 381 G8 478 G8 378 G8 372 G8 372 G8 380 G8 380 G8 381 G8 478 G8 372 G8 372 G8 376 G8 376 G8 381

0:50 13:50 14:05 17:30 17:30 6:55 13:05 13:05 15:10 15:20 23:30 23:35 6:55 13:05 15:20 15:20 6:55 6:55 6:55

2:00 14:55 15:20 20:10 20:05 7:55 14:25 14:15 16:30 16:35 0:40 0:45 10:55 20:35 20:35 23:25 12:25 14:05 14:05

Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Via Mumbai Via Mumbai Via Mumbai Via Mumbai Via Mumbai Via Mumbai Via Mumbai

G8 381 G8 569 G8 569 G8 412 G8 381 G8 465 G8 465

Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily

30-Oct-16 26-Mar-17 30-Oct-16 30-Oct-16 26-Mar-17 30-Oct-16 01-Dec-16 26-Mar-17 26-Mar-17 01-Dec-16 26-Mar-17 30-Oct-16 01-Feb-17 01-Dec-16 01-Dec-16 01-Dec-16 01-Dec-16 01-Dec-16 01-Feb-17

25-Mar-17 28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 28-Oct-17 28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 28-Oct-17 28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 31-Jan-17 31-Jan-17 25-Mar-17

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Flight No

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Delhi** Delhi** Delhi** Delhi** Jaipur** Jaipur** Jammu** Lucknow** Nagpur** Nagpur** Patna** Port Blair** Ranchi** Srinagar** GUWAHATI(GAU) Delhi Delhi Kolkata Kolkata Ahmedabad* Ahmedabad** Chennai** Mumbai** Mumbai** Pune** Pune** HYDERABAD(HYD) Bengaluru Bhubaneswar Chennai Chennai Kolkata Kolkata* Port Blair* Bagdogra**

G8 478 G8 372 G8 372 G8 380 G8 376 G8 380 G8 381 G8 381 G8 478 G8 372 G8 381 G8 380 G8 381 G8 381

13:05 15:20 15:20 23:35 6:55 23:35 6:55 6:55 13:05 15:20 6:55 23:35 6:55 6:55

22:20 20:00 22:20 8:05 12:40 7:40 14:00 12:30 20:20 20:20 13:40 7:15 14:55 15:15

Via Mumbai Via Mumbai Via Mumbai Via Mumbai Via Mumbai Via Mumbai Via Mumbai Via Mumbai Via Mumbai Via Mumbai Via Mumbai Via Mumbai Via Mumbai/Patna Via Mumbai/Jammu

G8 341 G8 341 G8 341 G8 329 G8 390 G8 390 G8 287 G8 395 G8 142 G8 142 G8 585 G8 461 G8 585 G8 287

Daily Ex Tu, We Daily Daily Ex Tu, We Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily

01-Dec-16 01-Dec-16 01-Dec-16 30-Oct-16 01-Dec-16 31-Jan-17 30-Oct-16 01-Feb-17 01-Dec-16 01-Dec-16 30-Oct-16 30-Oct-16 30-Oct-16 30-Oct-16

25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 24-Mar-17 31-Jan-17 24-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 24-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17

G8 152 G8 250 G8 546 G8 537 G8 537 G8 546 G8 546 G8 250 G8 250 G8 250 G8 250

11:20 15:20 11:30 17:05 17:05 11:30 11:30 15:20 15:20 15:20 15:20

13:40 17:50 12:40 18:15 21:20 19:25 19:45 0:45 22:45 22:00 20:25

Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Via Kolkata Via Kolkata Via Kolkata Via Delhi Via Delhi Via Delhi Via Delhi

G8 537 G8 537 G8 506 G8 544 G8 428 G8 175 G8 275

Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Ex Tu, We Daily Daily Daily

26-Mar-17 30-Oct-16 30-Oct-16 26-Mar-17 26-Mar-17 30-Oct-16 30-Oct-16 30-Oct-16 30-Oct-16 30-Oct-16 01-Feb-17

28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 28-Oct-17 28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17

G8 291 G8 261 G8 502 G8 504 G8 122 G8 261 G8 291 G8 261

9:55 6:50 9:10 22:15 20:50 6:50 9:55 6:50

11:10 8:30 10:15 23:30 22:55 10:05 14:40 15:05

G8 261 G8 291 G8 505

Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily

11-Dec-16 14-Dec-16 30-Oct-16 30-Oct-16 11-Dec-16 14-Dec-16 11-Dec-16 14-Dec-16

28-Oct-17 28-Oct-17 28-Oct-17 28-Oct-17 28-Oct-17 28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17

Patna**

G8 261

6:50

14:35

Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Via Bhubaneswar Via Bengaluru Via Bhubaneswar/ Kolkata Via Bhubaneswar/ Kolkata

G8 541

Daily

14-Dec-16

25-Mar-17

G8 388 G8 347 G8 388 G8 492 G8 492 G8 392 G8 347 G8 347 G8 492 G8 492 G8 492 G8 388 G8 347 G8 492 G8 492 G8 388

8:05 8:10 13:10 17:40 17:40 17:40 8:10 8:10 17:40 17:40 17:40 13:10 8:10 17:40 17:40 13:10

9:45 10:00 14:50 19:25 19:25 19:20 12:35 16:10 0:05 22:30 0:05 20:20 14:50 23:05 23:05 19:05

Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Via Mumbai Via Mumbai Via Mumbai Via Mumbai Via Mumbai Via Mumbai Via Mumbai Via Mumbai Via Mumbai Via Mumbai

G8 347 G8 323 G8 525 G8 396 G8 525 G8 303 G8 371 G8 379 G8 384 G8 336

Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Ex Tu, We Daily Ex Tu,We Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Ex Tu, We Daily Daily Daily Daily Ex Tu, We Daily

26-Mar-17 01-Feb-17 01-Dec-16 01-Dec-16 02-Feb-17 26-Mar-17 01-Feb-17 01-Feb-17 01-Dec-16 01-Feb-17 02-Feb-17 01-Dec-16 01-Feb-17 01-Dec-16 02-Feb-17 01-Dec-16

28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 31-Jan-17 31-Jan-17 25-Mar-17 28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 30-Jan-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 31-Jan-17 25-Mar-17 30-Jan-17 25-Mar-17 31-Jan-17

G8 180 G8 186 G8 186 G8 287 G8 287 G8 197 G8 697 G8 287 G8 197 G8 287 G8 287 G8 287 G8 180 G8 180 G8 186 G8 180 G8 180 G8 186 G8 180

10:50 15:55 16:35 14:05 14:30 14:30 15:05 14:30 14:30 14:30 14:30 14:05 10:50 10:50 16:35 10:50 10:50 16:35 10:50

12:20 17:10 17:55 15:00 15:15 15:10 15:50 22:30 17:05 23:05 17:50 18:15 17:45 15:45 21:55 20:25 16:40 22:00 19:40

Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Via Srinagar/Mumbai Via Srinagar Via Srinagar/Mumbai Via Srinagar Via Srinagar Via Delhi Via Delhi Via Delhi Via Delhi Via Delhi Via Delhi Via Delhi

G8 396 G8 197 G8 384 G8 287 G8 287 G8 214 G8 268 G8 181 G8 640 G8 149 G8 175 G8 145

Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily

30-Oct-16 26-Mar-17 30-Oct-16 26-Mar-17 30-Oct-16 26-Mar-17 30-Oct-16 30-Oct-16 26-Mar-17 30-Oct-16 30-Oct-16 26-Mar-17 30-Oct-16 14-Dec-16 01-Feb-16 30-Oct-16 30-Oct-16 30-Oct-16 30-Oct-16

25-Mar-17 28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17

G8 468 G8 348 G8 468 G8 345 G8 345 G8 345 G8 345

8:20 12:55 13:05 19:35 19:35 19:35 19:35

10:15 14:50 14:50 21:35 21:25 0:30 00:10

Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Via Mumbai Via Mumbai

G8 345 G8 345

Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily

01-Dec-16 26-Mar-17 01-Feb-17 30-Oct-16 26-Mar-17 30-Oct-16 26-Mar-17

31-Jan-17 28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 28-Oct-17

JAIPUR(JAI) Mumbai Mumbai Mumbai Mumbai Mumbai Mumbai Kochi* Bengaluru** Bengaluru** Bengaluru** Bengaluru** Chennai** Goa** Goa** Goa** Kochi** JAMMU(IXJ) Delhi Delhi Delhi Srinagar Srinagar Srinagar Srinagar Bengaluru* Delhi* Goa* Mumbai* Mumbai* Lucknow** Lucknow** Lucknow** Mumbai** Patna** Pune** Ranchi** KOCHI(COK) Mumbai Mumbai Mumbai Mumbai Mumbai Delhi* Delhi*

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Delhi* Jaipur* Ahmedabad** Chandigarh** Delhi** Delhi** Jaipur** Lucknow** Nagpur** KOLKATA(CCU) Ahmedabad Ahmedabad Bagdogra Bhubaneswar Chennai Delhi Delhi Delhi Delhi Delhi Delhi Guwahati Guwahati Hyderabad Lucknow Patna Port Blair Port Blair Hyderabad* Srinagar* Bengaluru** Jammu** Mumbai** Mumbai** Mumbai** Mumbai** LEH(IXL) Delhi Delhi Delhi Delhi Srinagar Mumbai* Kochi** Lucknow** Lucknow** Mumbai** Patna** Ranchi** LUCKNOW(LKO) Delhi Delhi Delhi Delhi Delhi Delhi Delhi Kolkata Mumbai Mumbai Mumbai Mumbai Mumbai Mumbai Bengaluru* Bengaluru* Bhubaneswar* Bengaluru** Bengaluru** Chennai** Chennai** Goa** Jammu** Kochi** Mumbai** Mumbai** Mumbai** Mumbai** Pune** Pune** Pune** MUMBAI(BOM) Ahmedabad Ahmedabad

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G8 345 G8 468 G8 468 G8 468 G8 468 G8 468 G8 468 G8 468 G8 468

19:35 13:05 13:05 8:20 13:05 13:05 8:20 8:20 13:05

00:10 17:10 20:35 17:20 20:00 22:20 17:10 18:30 20:20

Via Mumbai Via Mumbai Via Mumbai Via Mumbai Via Mumbai Via Mumbai Via Mumbai Via Mumbai Via Mumbai

G8 345 G8 468 G8 569 G8 483 G8 439 G8 341 G8 391 G8 497 G8 142

Daily Daily Ex Tu, We Daily Daily Ex Tu, We Daily Daily Ex Tu, We Daily Daily Daily

26-Mar-17 02-Feb-17 01-Feb-17 01-Dec-16 01-Feb-17 02-Feb-17 01-Dec-16 01-Dec-16 01-Feb-17

28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 30-Jan-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 31-Jan-17 31-Jan-17 25-Mar-17

G8 537 G8 537 G8 505 G8 262 G8 506 G8 128 G8 128 G8 102 G8 102 G8 102 G8 102 G8 532 G8 532 G8 121 G8 261 G8 541 G8 101 G8 101 G8 262 G8 128 G8 121 G8 128 G8 128 G8 261 G8 537 G8 537

16:45 18:45 13:55 18:45 17:30 6:15 6:30 20:40 20:40 21:35 21:40 9:35 9:40 6:45 10:45 13:15 8:35 8:40 18:45 6:15 6:45 6:15 6:15 10:45 16:45 16:45

19:25 21:20 15:05 19:55 19:45 8:40 8:40 23:05 22:55 0:05 23:55 10:50 11:00 8:50 12:25 14:35 10:55 10:55 22:00 10:45 11:10 14:35 12:50 20:15 1:15 21:20

Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Via Bhubaneswar Via Delhi Via Hyderabad Via Delhi Via Delhi Via lucknow Via Ahmedabad Via Ahmedabad

G8 262 G8 128 G8 291 G8 697 G8 448 G8 396 G8 364 G8 368

Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Ex Tu Daily Ex Tu Tue Tu Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily

30-Oct-16 26-Mar-17 30-Oct-16 14-Dec-16 30-Oct-16 30-Oct-16 26-Mar-17 30-Oct-16 26-Mar-17 28-Mar-17 01-Nov-16 26-Mar-17 30-Oct-16 11-Dec-16 14-Dec-16 30-Oct-16 30-Oct-16 26-Mar-17 14-Dec-16 30-Oct-16 11-Dec-16 30-Oct-16 01-Dec-16 01-Feb-17 30-Oct-16 30-Oct-16

25-Mar-17 28-Oct-17 28-Oct-17 28-Oct-17 28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 28-Oct-17 24-Oct-17 21-Mar-17 28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 28-Oct-17 28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 28-Oct-17 28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17

G8 226 G8 204 G8 712 G8 194 G8 386 G8 386 G8 712 G8 712 G8 712 G8 712 G8 712 G8 712

7:00 8:35 10:30 10:30 7:10 07:10 10:30 10:30 10:30 10:30 10:30 10:30

8:20 9:55 11:55 11:50 8:00 11:25 19:05 17:45 15:45 16:15 16:40 19:40

Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Via Srinagar Via Delhi/Mumbai Via Delhi Via Delhi Via Delhi Via Delhi Via Delhi

G8 386 G8 336 G8 214 G8 268 G8 336 G8 149 G8 145

Daily Ex Sat Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily

1-May-17 26-Mar-17 30-Oct-16 26-Mar-17 1-May-17 1-May-17 01-Dec-16 30-Oct-16 14-Dec-16 01-Dec-16 30-Oct-16 30-Oct-16

29-Sep-17 28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 28-Oct-17 30-Sep-17 30-Sep-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17

G8 208 G8 208 G8 163 G8 188 G8 188 G8 182 G8 182 G8 262 G8 404 G8 404 G8 398 G8 396 G8 396 G8 398 G8 396 G8 396 G8 262 G8 163 G8 404 G8 404 G8 404 G8 208 G8 208 G8 404 G8 208 G8 163 G8 163 G8 188 G8 208 G8 163 G8 163

7:00 7:00 12:55 18:10 18:15 22:25 23:25 16:15 11:25 13:00 13:00 17:45 17:45 19:00 17:45 17:45 16:15 12:55 13:00 11:25 13:00 7:00 7:00 11:25 7:00 12:55 12:55 18:15 7:00 12:55 12:55

8:00 8:00 13:55 19:10 19:15 23:30 0:30 18:00 13:50 15:20 15:10 20:15 20:10 21:15 22:30 22:20 19:55 21:20 22:30 20:20 20:20 13:35 14:35 19:05 12:50 20:25 21:40 0:45 10:45 20:25 22:00

Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Via Mumbai Via Mumbai Via Kolkata Via Delhi Via Mumbai Via Mumbai Via Mumbai Via Delhi Via Delhi Via Mumbai Via Delhi Via Delhi Via Delhi Via Delhi Via Delhi Via Delhi Via Delhi

G8 396 G8 396 G8 262 G8 557 G8 396 G8 303 G8 303 G8 286 G8 697 G8 336 G8 448 G8 640 G8 446 G8 544 G8 173 G8 275 G8 175

Daily Ex Sa Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Ex Sa Daily Ex Sa Daily Daily Ex Sa Daily Daily Daily Ex Tu, We Daily EX Sa Daily Daily

01-Feb-17 1-Oct-17 14-Dec-16 26-Mar-17 30-Oct-16 01-Feb-17 26-Mar-17 14-Dec-16 01-Dec-16 01-Feb-17 26-Mar-17 01-Feb-17 26-Mar-17 01-Dec-16 01-Feb-17 26-Mar-17 14-Dec-16 14-Dec-16 01-Feb-17 01-Dec-16 01-Feb-17 01-Feb-17 01-Feb-17 01-Dec-16 01-Feb-17 14-Dec-16 14-Dec-16 30-Oct-16 01-Feb-17 14-Dec-16 14-Dec-16

30-Apr-17 27-Oct-17 28-Oct-17 28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 28-Oct-17 28-Oct-17 31-Jan-17 25-Mar-17 28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 28-Oct-17 31-Jan-17 25-Mar-17 28-Oct-17 28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 31-Jan-17 25-Mar-17 24-Mar-17 24-Mar-17 31-Jan-17 24-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17

G8 365 G8 569

7:40 19:25

8:55 20:35

Non-Stop Non-Stop

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28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17

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Flight schedule From - To

Ahmedabad Ahmedabad Ahmedabad Bengaluru Bengaluru Bengaluru Bengaluru Bengaluru Bengaluru Bengaluru Bhubaneswar Bhubaneswar Chandigarh Chandigarh Chandigarh Chandigarh Chandigarh Chandigarh Chennai Chennai Chennai Chennai Delhi Delhi Delhi Delhi Delhi Delhi Delhi Delhi Delhi Delhi Delhi Delhi Delhi Delhi Goa Goa Goa Goa Goa Goa Goa Goa Jaipur Jaipur Jaipur Jaipur Jaipur Jaipur Jammu Jammu Kochi Kochi Kochi Kochi Leh Lucknow Lucknow Lucknow Lucknow Nagpur Nagpur Patna Patna Port Blair Port Blair Port Blair* Port Blair* Ranchi* Ranchi* Srinagar* Srinagar* Srinagar* Bagdogra** Bagdogra** Bagdogra** Guwahati** Guwahati** Jammu** Jammu** Kolkata**

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G8 369 G8 412 G8 363 G8 317 G8 517 G8 323 G8 396 G8 396 G8 325 G8 525 G8 244 G8 244 G8 381 G8 381 G8 381 G8 483 G8 483 G8 383 G8 305 G8 305 G8 303 G8 303 G8 329 G8 327 G8 327 G8 319 G8 319 G8 465 G8 337 G8 339 G8 439 G8 341 G8 643 G8 343 G8 345 G8 345 G8 575 G8 375 G8 141 G8 377 G8 371 G8 371 G8 384 G8 379 G8 390 G8 390 G8 390 G8 391 G8 391 G8 468 G8 287 G8 287 G8 347 G8 347 G8 347 G8 336 G8 386 G8 487 G8 395 G8 497 G8 497 G8 142 G8 142 G8 585 G8 585 G8 461 G8 461 G8 305 G8 305 G8 585 G8 585 G8 287 G8 386 G8 287 G8 329 G8 329 G8 327 G8 329 G8 327 G8 327 G8 319 G8 305

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19:35 22:10 22:10 6:00 6:05 14:30 20:55 20:55 21:45 22:10 15:55 16:00 8:35 8:35 10:15 15:05 16:15 16:15 5:50 5:50 18:25 18:30 6:00 7:45 7:50 9:50 9:50 12:05 12:05 17:40 17:55 20:10 21:00 21:00 22:05 22:20 5:25 5:25 11:35 11:35 13:30 13:35 21:55 21:55 5:50 5:55 10:55 15:25 15:30 15:30 10:55 10:55 5:55 10:25 10:45 17:10 4:00 8:35 10:15 15:05 16:15 18:45 18:55 11:15 11:15 4:00 4:00 5:50 05:50 11:15 11:15 10:55 04:00 10:55 6:00 6:00 7:45 6:00 7:45 7:45 9:50 5:50

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20:50 23:25 23:25 7:40 7:40 16:10 22:30 22:20 23:15 0:05 18:10 18:15 10:55 11:00 12:25 17:20 18:30 18:30 7:40 7:45 20:25 20:20 8:05 9:55 10:00 12:05 12:10 14:05 14:10 19:55 20:00 22:20 23:10 23:10 0:10 0:30 6:25 6:25 12:35 12:35 14:40 14:50 23:05 23:00 7:35 7:40 12:40 17:10 17:10 17:10 14:00 13:30 7:50 12:25 12:35 19:05 6:40 10:55 12:30 17:15 18:30 20:10 20:20 13:40 13:35 7:15 7:15 10:30 10:25 14:55 14:50 15:15 08:00 15:00 13:25 15:50 15:50 14:50 14:50 14:35 16:05 13:20

Connection Point

Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Via Chennai Via Chennai Via Patna Via Patna Via Jammu Via Leh Via Jammu Via Delhi Via Delhi Via Delhi Via Delhi Via Delhi Via Delhi Via Delhi Via Chennai

Connecting Flight No

G8 305 G8 305 G8 585 G8 585 G8 287 G8 386 G8 287 G8 157 G8 155 G8 155 G8 151 G8 151 G8 697 G8 185 G8 505

Days of Operation

Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Ex Tu, We Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Ex Tu, We Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Ex Tu,We Daily Daily Ex Tu, We Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily

Effective-From

26-Mar-17 30-Oct-16 26-Mar-17 26-Mar-17 30-Oct-16 01-Dec-16 30-Oct-16 26-Mar-17 26-Mar-17 30-Oct-16 26-Mar-17 01-Dec-16 01-Feb-17 26-Mar-17 01-Dec-16 01-Dec-16 01-Feb-17 26-Mar-17 30-Oct-16 26-Mar-17 26-Mar-17 30-Oct-16 30-Oct-16 30-Oct-16 26-Mar-17 30-Oct-16 26-Mar-17 01-Dec-16 26-Mar-17 26-Mar-17 01-Dec-16 30-Oct-16 30-Oct-16 26-Mar-17 26-Mar-17 30-Oct-16 30-Oct-16 26-Mar-17 30-Oct-16 26-Mar-17 26-Mar-17 01-Dec-16 30-Oct-16 26-Mar-17 26-Mar-17 01-Feb-17 01-Dec-16 26-Mar-17 01-Dec-16 02-Feb-17 30-Oct-16 26-Mar-17 01-Dec-16 26-Mar-17 01-Feb-17 30-Oct-16 1-May-17 01-Dec-16 01-Feb-17 01-Feb-17 01-Dec-16 26-Mar-17 30-Oct-16 30-Oct-16 26-Mar-17 30-Oct-16 1-Oct-17 30-Oct-16 26-Mar-17 30-Oct-16 26-Mar-17 30-Oct-16 1-May-17 26-Mar-17 30-Oct-16 30-Oct-16 30-Oct-16 30-Oct-16 30-Oct-16 30-Oct-16 30-Oct-16 30-Oct-16

Effective-Till

28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 28-Oct-17 28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 28-Oct-17 28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 28-Oct-17 31-Jan-17 30-Jan-17 25-Mar-17 28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 28-Oct-17 28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 28-Oct-17 28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 28-Oct-17 28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 28-Oct-17 28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 28-Oct-17 28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 31-Jan-17 28-Oct-17 31-Jan-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 28-Oct-17 31-Jan-17 28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 28-Oct-17 30-Sep-17 31-Jan-17 28-Oct-17 28-Oct-17 31-Jan-17 28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 28-Oct-17 30-Apr-17 28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 30-Sep-17 28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17


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Flight schedule From - To

Flight No

Departure

Arrival

Connection Point

Connecting Flight No

Days of Operation

Effective-From

Effective-Till

Kolkata** Kolkata** Kolkata** Lucknow** Lucknow** Lucknow** Patna** Patna** Patna** Port Blair** Ranchi** NAGPUR(NAG) Mumbai Mumbai Pune Pune Bengaluru* Bengaluru* Goa* Goa** PATNA(PAT) Delhi Delhi Delhi Delhi Delhi Delhi Kolkata Ranchi Ranchi Ranchi Ranchi Bengaluru* Bengaluru* Goa* Mumbai* Mumbai* Bhubaneswar** Delhi** Delhi** Hyderabad**

G8 487 G8 395 G8 465 G8 319 G8 319 G8 465 G8 329 G8 327 G8 319 G8 517 G8 319

8:35 10:15 12:05 9:50 9:50 12:05 6:00 7:45 9:50 6:05 9:50

18:00 18:00 22:05 17:45 15:45 17:45 12:10 12:10 16:40 14:40 14:30

Via lucknow Via lucknow Via Delhi Via Delhi Via Delhi Via Delhi Via Delhi Via Delhi Via Delhi Via Bengaluru Via Delhi

G8 262 G8 262 G8 127 G8 214 G8 268 G8 214 G8 140 G8 140 G8 149 G8 291 G8 237

Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily

14-Dec-16 01-Feb-17 01-Dec-16 30-Oct-16 14-Dec-16 01-Dec-16 30-Oct-16 01-Feb-17 30-Oct-16 11-Dec-16 01-Feb-17

31-Jan-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17

G8 141 G8 141 G8 284 G8 284 G8 284 G8 284 G8 141 G8 141

9:20 9:20 20:40 20:50 20:50 20:40 9:20 9:20

11:00 11:05 21:55 22:05 23:55 23:45 12:35 14:50

Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Via Pune Via Pune Via Mumbai Via Mumbai

G8 284 G8 284 G8 141 G8 371

Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily

30-Oct-16 26-Mar-17 26-Mar-17 30-Oct-16 30-Oct-16 26-Mar-17 30-Oct-16 01-Dec-16

25-Mar-17 28-Oct-17 28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17

G8 134 G8 134 G8 144 G8 136 G8 150 G8 150 G8 537 G8 272 G8 272 G8 585 G8 585 G8 272 G8 272 G8 585 G8 585 G8 585 G8 537 G8 272 G8 585 G8 537

8:25 8:25 12:45 14:40 17:10 19:30 15:05 12:05 12:15 14:05 14:10 12:15 12:05 14:10 14:10 14:05 15:05 12:15 14:10 15:05

10:15 10:05 14:30 16:15 18:55 21:10 16:10 12:55 13:00 14:50 14:55 16:00 15:55 23:05 17:50 17:50 19:55 16:55 21:55 22:00

G8 272 G8 272 G8 384 G8 585 G8 585 G8 262 G8 138 G8 148 G8 262

Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily

01-Feb-17 26-Mar-17 30-Oct-16 26-Mar-17 30-Oct-16 26-Mar-17 30-Oct-16 26-Mar-17 30-Oct-16 26-Mar-17 30-Oct-16 30-Oct-16 26-Mar-17 30-Oct-16 30-Oct-16 26-Mar-17 14-Dec-16 30-Oct-16 30-Oct-16 14-Dec-16

25-Mar-17 28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17

Jammu** Jammu** Mumbai** Mumbai** Mumbai** Mumbai** Mumbai** Mumbai** Pune** Pune** Srinagar** PORT BLAIR Bengaluru Bengaluru Bengaluru Bengaluru Bengaluru Chennai Chennai Kolkata Kolkata Kolkata Mumbai Mumbai Mumbai Delhi* Delhi* Delhi* Hyderabad* Mumbai* Mumbai* Ahmedabad** Chandigarh** Chandigarh** Delhi** Delhi** Goa** Goa** Jaipur** Jaipur** Mumbai**

G8 134 G8 134 G8 134 G8 272 G8 144 G8 144 G8 150 G8 150 G8 144 G8 144 G8 134

8:25 8:25 8:25 12:15 12:45 12:45 17:10 17:10 12:45 12:45 8:25

14:35 16:05 16:15 17:50 20:25 21:40 0:45 21:40 20:25 22:00 15:50

Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Via Ranchi Via Ranchi Via Ranchi/Mumbai Via Ranchi Via Ranchi Via Kolkata Via Ranchi Via Ranchi Via Kolkata/ Bhubaneswar Via Delhi Via Delhi Via Delhi Via Ranchi Via Delhi Via Delhi Via Delhi Via Delhi Via Delhi Via Delhi Via Jammu/Delhi

G8 697 G8 185 G8 336 G8 585 G8 640 G8 446 G8 544 G8 446 G8 275 G8 175 G8 697

Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Ex Tu, We Daily Daily Daily Daily

01-Feb-17 01-Feb-17 01-Feb-17 30-Oct-16 30-Oct-16 30-Oct-16 30-Oct-16 01-Feb-17 30-Oct-16 30-Oct-16 01-Feb-17

25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17

G8 294 G8 292 G8 294 G8 292 G8 294 G8 304 G8 304 G8 102 G8 102 G8 102 G8 462 G8 462 G8 465 G8 465 G8 102 G8 102 G8 294 G8 304 G8 304 G8 304 G8 465 G8 465 G8 294 G8 294 G8 465 G8 294 G8 465 G8 465 G8 294

11:25 11:25 12:15 12:15 15:15 10:55 11:00 17:50 18:40 18:55 7:45 7:45 7:50 7:50 17:50 18:55 15:15 11:00 10:55 11:00 7:50 7:50 12:15 15:15 7:50 15:15 7:50 7:50 11:25

14:10 14:10 15:10 15:00 18:00 13:05 13:10 20:05 20:55 21:10 11:25 11:25 11:25 14:05 23:05 23:55 20:15 15:40 15:35 20:35 17:20 18:30 23:30 23:30 14:50 0:20 17:10 17:10 18:15

Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Via Mumbai Via Kolkata Via Kolkata Via Bengaluru Via Chennai Via Chennai Via Chennai/Mumbai Via Mumbai Via Mumbai Via Bengaluru Via Bengaluru Via Mumbai Via Bengaluru Via Mumbai Via Mumbai Via Bengaluru

G8 465 G8 102 G8 102 G8 294 G8 304 G8 304 G8 569 G8 483 G8 483 G8 118 G8 118 G8 371 G8 253 G8 391 G8 468 G8 520

Daily Ex Tu Daily Ex Tu Tu Tue Daily Daily Daily Daily Ex Tu Tue Tu Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Ex Tu Tu Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Ex Tu, We Daily Tu Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Ex Tu, We Daily Ex Tu

30-Oct-16 26-Mar-17 01-Nov-16 28-Mar-17 11-Dec-16 26-Mar-17 30-Oct-16 30-Oct-16 28-Mar-17 01-Nov-16 26-Mar-17 1-Oct-17 30-Oct-16 01-Dec-16 30-Oct-16 01-Nov-16 11-Dec-16 01-Dec-16 26-Mar-17 01-Dec-16 01-Dec-16 01-Feb-17 01-Nov-16 11-Dec-16 01-Dec-16 11-Dec-16 01-Dec-16 02-Feb-17 30-Oct-16

10-Dec-16 28-Oct-17 06-Dec-16 24-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 28-Oct-17 24-Oct-17 21-Mar-17 30-Apr-17 28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 21-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 30-Jan-17 25-Mar-17 06-Dec-16 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 31-Jan-17 25-Mar-17 10-Dec-16

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Mukteshwar Temple

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Flight schedule From - To

Mumbai** Pune** PUNE(PNQ) Ahmedabad Ahmedabad Bengaluru Bengaluru Bengaluru Bengaluru Chennai Chennai Delhi Delhi Delhi Delhi Delhi Delhi Delhi Nagpur Nagpur Lucknow** Lucknow** Lucknow** Patna** Patna** RANCHI(IXR) Bengaluru Bengaluru Delhi Delhi Delhi Delhi Delhi Mumbai Mumbai Ahmedabad** Goa** Goa** Jammu** Jammu** Mumbai** Srinagar** SRINAGAR(SXR) Delhi Delhi Delhi Delhi Delhi Delhi Delhi Delhi Jammu Mumbai Mumbai Mumbai Delhi* Bengaluru** Bengaluru** Bengaluru** Bengaluru** Goa** Kolkata** Lucknow** Lucknow** Mumbai** Nagpur** Patna** Pune** Pune** Ranchi**

Flight No

Departure

Arrival

Connection Point

Connecting Flight No

Days of Operation

Effective-From

15:15 11:25

23:30 18:05

Via Bengaluru Via Bengaluru

G8 426 G8 241

Daily Daily Ex Tu

11-Dec-16 30-Oct-16

25-Mar-17 10-Dec-16

G8 451 G8 634 G8 242 G8 242 G8 284 G8 284 G8 633 G8 452 G8 174 G8 174 G8 174 G8 174 G8 172 G8 278 G8 176 G8 283 G8 283 G8 174 G8 174 G8 176 G8 174 G8 176

23:05 23:05 18:30 18:35 22:25 22:35 23:00 23:00 10:45 10:55 11:15 11:30 20:50 20:55 22:30 7:30 7:40 10:45 11:15 22:30 10:45 22:30

0:10 0:15 19:55 20:00 23:45 23:55 0:40 0:40 12:50 12:55 13:20 13:40 22:55 23:05 0:40 8:50 8:50 17:45 17:45 6:30 16:40 7:55

Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Via Delhi Via Delhi Via Delhi Via Delhi Via Delhi

G8 214 G8 214 G8 207 G8 149 G8 135

Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Sa Sat Daily Ex Sa Daily Ex Sat Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Sa Daily Ex Sa Daily Ex Fr Sa Daily

30-Oct-16 26-Mar-17 26-Mar-17 30-Oct-16 26-Mar-17 30-Oct-16 30-Oct-16 26-Mar-17 05-Nov-16 1-Apr-17 30-Oct-16 26-Mar-17 26-Mar-17 30-Oct-16 30-Oct-16 26-Mar-17 30-Oct-16 05-Nov-16 30-Oct-16 31-Jan-17 05-Nov-16 31-Jan-17

25-Mar-17 28-Oct-17 28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 28-Oct-17 24-Mar-17 27-Oct-17 28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 28-Oct-17 28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 24-Mar-17 23-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 24-Mar-17

G8 272 G8 272 G8 246 G8 146 G8 138 G8 148 G8 148 G8 585 G8 585 G8 585 G8 246 G8 585 G8 246 G8 246 G8 138 G8 246

13:25 13:30 8:20 11:35 15:10 20:00 20:10 15:20 15:25 15:25 8:20 15:25 8:20 8:20 15:10 8:20

15:55 16:00 10:05 13:20 16:55 21:45 21:55 17:50 17:50 23:25 13:35 23:05 14:35 16:05 16:55 15:50

Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Via Mumbai Via Delhi Via Mumbai Via Delhi Via Delhi Via Delhi Via Jammu/Delhi

G8 412 G8 286 G8 384 G8 697 G8 185 G8 640 G8 697

Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily

26-Mar-17 30-Oct-16 30-Oct-16 26-Mar-17 30-Oct-16 26-Mar-17 30-Oct-16 26-Mar-17 30-Oct-16 30-Oct-16 01-Feb-17 30-Oct-16 30-Oct-16 30-Oct-16 01-Feb-17 30-Oct-16

28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17

G8 192 G8 129 G8 198 G8 197 G8 697 G8 223 G8 202 G8 228 G8 180 G8 386 G8 287 G8 287 G8 180 G8 129 G8 287 G8 287 G8 697 G8 287 G8 697 G8 129 G8 697 G8 129 G8 287 G8 129 G8 129 G8 697 G8 129

7:30 11:20 11:30 15:45 16:20 16:30 17:30 18:40 9:35 8:30 15:30 15:45 9:35 11:20 15:45 15:45 16:20 15:45 16:20 11:20 16:20 11:20 15:45 11:20 11:20 16:20 11:20

8:50 13:05 13:00 17:05 17:40 17:40 18:50 20:05 10:20 11:25 18:15 17:50 12:20 21:20 0:05 22:30 21:20 23:05 22:05 17:45 21:55 20:25 20:20 16:40 20:25 22:00 19:40

Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Non-Stop Via Jammu Via Delhi Via Mumbai Via Mumbai Via Delhi Via Mumbai Via Delhi Via Delhi Via Delhi Via Delhi Via Mumbai Via Delhi Via Delhi Via Delhi Via Delhi

G8 180 G8 557 G8 525 G8 396 G8 557 G8 384 G8 127 G8 214 G8 181 G8 640 G8 142 G8 149 G8 275 G8 175 G8 145

Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily

26-Mar-17 30-Oct-16 26-Mar-17 26-Mar-17 30-Oct-16 26-Mar-17 26-Mar-17 26-Mar-17 01-Feb-17 1-May-17 26-Mar-17 30-Oct-16 01-Feb-17 30-Oct-16 30-Oct-16 30-Oct-16 01-Feb-17 30-Oct-16 30-Oct-16 30-Oct-16 01-Feb-16 30-Oct-16 01-Feb-17 30-Oct-16 30-Oct-16 30-Oct-16 30-Oct-16

28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 28-Oct-17 28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 28-Oct-17 28-Oct-17 28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 30-Sep-17 28-Oct-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 25-Mar-17

*No change of aircraft **Change in aircraft Schedule is subject to DGCA authority approvals Bookings are open on www.GoAir.in. Current Schedule at the time of going to print, may change without notice For air travel related grievance redressal, you may take up the matter with Nodal Officer or Appellate Authority of GoAir, available on our website www.goair.in. Additionally, you may also log on to www.dgca.nic.in or email sugam.dgca@nic.in for your travel related grievances.

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