Star Air Emerges as a Hope for Countless Amidst Pandemic; Earns Immense Trust Nationwide

In these testing times of COVID-19 when people wanting to go to their homes despite having the lack of transportation facilities, the commencement of airline operations has given millions a great sigh of relief and hope. A hope to reach to their homes safely and comfortably. 


Star Air, the aviation arm of Sanjay Ghodawat Group, is one such airline company, which is leaving no stone unturned to help stranded people, who are stuck in different parts of India to reach to their homes. 


“Star Air, while following the stringent safety procedures, is in compliance with the Union Government helping people to fly back to their homes – safely and comfortably without any hassle. It has emerged as a hope for thousands of people due to its robust connectivity and operational efficiency to far deeper pockets in India where most of the airlines do not operate. And also due to the non-availability of other modes of transportation,” said Simran Singh Tiwana, CEO – Star Air.


Since the resuming of operations, Star Air has flown 100+ flights on various routes connecting different parts of India with impressive punctuality and a stellar On-Time Performance of over 94% that is unmatchable in the industry. It is probably the only airline in India who didn’t cancel a single scheduled flight after commencing its operations post lockdown which has made it a favourite and a reliable travel partner. These factors are driving more customers towards Star Air and helping it establish a brand with excellence repute. 


The reasons behind its customers’ loyalty and affection towards Star Air, is its commitment and integrity towards its passengers. The airline is considered as one of the most professional enterprises in the aviation arena that follows business ethics of highest standards keeping customers’ concerns in mind. 


Star Air started its operations in January 2019 to connect the unconnected by providing world-class flight services at an affordable cost. Since then it is continuing on its endeavour and fulfilling every Indian’s dreams to fly high in the skies. It provides services to many Indian cities like Bengaluru, Belagavi, Indore, Kalaburagi, Mumbai, Ahmedabad, and Ajmer (Kishangarh). 


Soon, it is planning to launch its Cargo Service to boost the supply chain market needs, that jumped sharply due to the COVID-19 crisis. This service will strengthen the supply of essential commodities to far remote corners of India which have been hit badly due to lack of swift transportation facilities to the majority of Tier-II and Tier-III cities. 


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