Bengaluru-based Air Pegasus is planning to invest US$15 million in the current financial year to expand its operations to more cities across southern India. Currently, the airline offers daily feeder services from Bengaluru to Hubballi and Mangaluru in Karnataka, Chennai and Madurai in Tamil Nadu and Thiruvananthapuram in Kerala. The airline also operates a daily service between Chennai and Madurai. The airline will commence a thrice weekly service from Bengaluru to Puducherry on 25 April and daily flights to Panaji from 27 April, plus new routes to Kochi and Vijayawada. It is also planning to connect the regional hubs of Belagavi (Karnataka), Tuticorin (Tamil Nadu), Rajamundry and Tirupathi (Andhra Pradesh) from Bengaluru later this year.The regional airline has a permit to fly to airports across southern India, connecting tier-two and -three cities with the larger cities.
Air Pegasus plans network expansion