Assam Flood: Special Flight Between Guwahati and Silchar Resuming June 18th
The government will provide this facility through the Assam Tourism Development Corporation (ATDC).
On Twitter, a microblogging site, Assam’s Prime Minister Himanta Biswa Salma announced the same on Friday.
“We will resume government-sponsored Ghy & Silchar flights on June 18 in the wake of constant rain and the loss of connectivity with Barak Valley. This is being done in collaboration with ATDC and FlyBig. We advise all passengers not to panic and make reservations, “Salma tweeted.
Passengers can book flights from ATDC Headquarters, Partan Bazaar, Guwahati, and Deputy Director’s Office, Kacha. Tickets can also be booked by dialing 8135902973 or emailing [email protected]
This decision was reportedly made after the country was affected by heavy rain floods and landslides over the past few days, which caused communication between Assam and other states to soar ticket fares. I did.
Taking advantage of this situation, private fryer soon began to raise airfares for Silchar-Guwahati flights. On Friday’s single ticket for a 40-minute trip from Guwahati to Silchar, they were currently charging 12,500 rupees for the usual 5,500 rupees.