70-seater plane for Himachal soon



Kullu: MDLR Airlines will become the first civil aviation company to operate a 70-seater plane to Himachal soon. The company has been given permission in this regard by the Directorate of Civil Aviation, and it will be flying Abro RJ-70 place to Bhuntar in Kullu district. The plane will have 64 economy and six executive class seats. Sources in the company said the first flight was earlier scheduled for this month, but now it has been deferred for some time. Air India and Deccan Airlines are already operating 50-seater planes to the state.

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