Hyderabad: Trujet, airline owned by Hyderabad-based Turbo Megha Airways, is making strides with UDAN project making “Sky for all” a reality. Trujet is now connecting 14 major destinations in south and west India with a strategic connectivity between three tier cities and their nearest metropolitans.
Trujet has been awarded the 20 new routes through the UDAN scheme, which will take Trujet’s expansion to western and Eastern States. Trujet will connect Kandla, Porbandar, Keshod, Jaisalmer, Jalgaon & Nasik from Ahmedabad & Burnpur, Coochbehar, Tezu, and Rupsi from Guwahati.
The company said, “This ushers the commencement of the second phase of Trujet’s “Sky for all” effort where Trujet connects and promotes the unserved/underserved cities to the metropolitans. Trujet said it has been the first airline to complete all the route connectivity in the first bid of UDAN and now the second phase of expansion in on cards.
Megha Engineering & Infrastructure is a promoter of regional connectivity scheme (RCS) routes and encouraging connectivity of unserved sectors. Trujet is already connecting Nanded, Cuddapah, Mysore, Salem and Bellary, under the UDAN scheme to Metropolitans like Mumbai, Hyderabad, Chennai, Bengaluru, Vijayawada. Trujet is also connecting corporate and tourism sectors such as Goa, Aurangabad and Rajahmundry.
Senthil Raja, head-Commercial, Turbo Megha Airways, said “Trujet is now reaching a new level to serve our passengers with a whole new approach. We have inducted the fifth ATR 72-600 aircraft to our fleet and will expand both our fleet and destinations eventually.”