You could soon catch a flight from Lucknow to these 5 cities!

You can soon catch a flight from Lucknow to 5 new cities. The cities include- Varanasi, Ghaziabad, Bareilly, Hindon and Prayagraj. The flights to the aforementioned cities will ensure that commuters can travel with ease and save their precious time.

While most of these cities are well connected to Lucknow via road and rail routes, it often takes commuters a better part of the day to travel between the said cities. The air-link will not only help improve the connectivity between these cities but would also ensure that a less time consuming route is developed here.

What's the update?

If you're someone who is a frequent traveller and have business in the state, life for you is going to be much simpler starting April.

Knocksense had earlier reported about the flight from Bareilly to Lucknow, specifying that it will become operational under the Regional Connectivity System (RCS). According to recent updates, it has become clear that four other cities excluding Bareilly are expected to join the league of cities being connected to Lucknow via a direct air-link.

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These air-links are expected to become one of the biggest developments to happen in the city so far. This will not only help people flying in and out of Lucknow but provide for a much better means of transportation for those who would much rather pay more than waste their time during idle commute. Plus, the flights will prove to be a tremendous booster of business as travel time between the said cities is set to reduce.

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