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Daily flight service on Pakyong-Delhi route resumes

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Daily flight service on Pakyong-Delhi route resumes

Daily flight service on Pakyong-Delhi route resumes

Flight service from Sikkim's Pakyong Airport to national capital resumed.

Airline operations started after a gap of about 18 months.

The services were stopped due to technical reasons and unfavourable weather conditions.

Daily service to New Delhi is likely to boost Sikkim's tourism sector.


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