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India’s newest airline, Akasa Air, is now ready to spread its wings a little higher and flap them a little bit further. As per Wego’s reports, the airline has recently inaugurated its 19th destination, linking Gwalior to Ahmedabad, enhancing inter-state connectivity, and advancing its mission to unite diverse regions, people, and cultures in the new year.


Akasa Airlines’ new flights connecting Gwalior and Ahmedabad have made air travel between Madya Pradesh and Gujrat even more accessible now. The first flight on this new route took off on 1 February 2024. For now, the flight is only available on Mondays.

The inaugural flight was flagged off by the Hon’ble Minister of Civil Aviation of India, Shri Jyotiraditya M. Scindia and Hon’ble Minister of State for Civil Aviation, Gen. (Dr.) V.K. Singh (Retd.), in the presence of Hon’ble Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh, Shri Dr. Mohan Yadav.

The inaugural flight ceremony was also graced by Hon’ble Energy Minister Shri. Pradyuman Singh Tomar, Member of Parliament Shri Narayan Singh Kushwah and Hon’ble MLA Shri Mohan Singh Rathore at the Vijayaraje Scindhiya Airport, Gwalior.