For the first time, Air India has launched a direct international service on this route, making it convenient for travelers from this region...
INS: On Friday, Air India inaugurated its first direct route from Hyderabad to London from GMR Hyderabad International Airport. On Friday morning, state-run airline flight AI 147 took off from Hyderabad International Airport. At the terminal, senior airport authorities, Air India executives, and other stakeholders were present.
On Mondays and Fridays, Air India will fly nonstop between Hyderabad and Heathrow Airport. On Monday, Air India flight A147 will leave Hyderabad at 1.30 p.m. and arrive at 7.30 p.m. at Heathrow Airport (local time).
On Friday, the plane will depart Hyderabad at 5.30 a.m. and reach London at 11.30 a.m. (local time). AI 148 departs London at 9.45 a.m. (local time) and arrives in Hyderabad at 11.35 a.m.
The most popular destination for Indians, according to Pradeep Panicker, CEO of GMR Hyderabad International Airport Limited, is Europe. The nonstop route from Aviation India to London would provide seamless air connectivity between India and Europe. This much-anticipated new route will benefit leisure travelers, students seeking admission to London's educational institutions, and companies and MICE tourists in the coming years. We are optimistic that the people of Telangana, Andhra Pradesh, and neighboring states would warmly welcome the Air India service.
In these cities, the Bajaj Chetak Electric scooter will be launch; it gives a fantastic range...
In the Chetak Electric list of retail locations, new cities are added by Bajaj Car. Chetak's purchasers in Chennai (Tamil Nadu) and Hyderabad have recently begun to be registered (Telangana). Two dealers in Kukatpally and Kacheguda in Hyderabad have been named by the firm, while at Kolathur and Anna Salai Electric distributor companies have been established up for Chennai Chetak.
In two additional Indian countries – Maharashtra and Karnataka, besides Telangana and Tamil Nadu, scooters are also accessible. The auto-constructor located in Pune continues to increase the reach of its first scooter for batteries in India. Bajaj wants the scooter to be introduced into 22 Indian cities in 2022.
Two variations are available in urban and premium versions. The lower Chetak Urban costs 1.42 Lake, whereas the lower premium expenses are 1.44 Lake. The lower Chetak Urban (ex-showroom, Pune).
The Chetak comes with a 3,8 kW engine with an IP67 lithium-ion 3kWh non-removable battery pack. The scooter can achieve high speeds of 70 km ph in terms of performance and delivers a full 95 km charge (in the Eeco). The standard 5A socket may be charged at Home.
It includes such as complete LED lighting, lights, Bluetooth-enabled consoles, and the functioning of the smart phone app.
Some of the scooter's biggest competitors are TVS iQube and battery-powered scooters Ather 450X.
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