GoAir has a well-researched network of 230 flights daily and 1,600 flights weekly for 23 destinations that cover all the major metro cities of India.
Their network is spread around Ahmedabad, Bagdogra, Bengaluru, Bhubaneshwar, Chandigarh, Chennai, Delhi, Goa, Guwahati, Hyderabad, Jaipur, Jammu, Kochi, Kolkata, Leh, Lucknow, Mumbai, Nagpur, Patna, Port Blair, Pune, Ranchi and Srinagar. Ahmedabad, being the ‘Textile City of India’, is a great place for business and serves as a perfect intersection for touring other parts of Gujarat. Bagdogra airport serves as an intersection to change flights from Kolkata. Guwahati, along with New Delhi, are major junctions to visit the hill stations of Darjeeeling, Kalimpong, Pelling and Gangtok. The tea plantations here are worth seeing. Bengaluru, known as the Garden City, is a great place to visit as it is one of the fastest-developing cities in the world. It is also known for its great weather. Bhubaneshwar, known as the ‘City of Temples’, has a booming handicrafts industry. Delhi is the place for many wonderful landmarks and monuments, and has a vibrant cosmopolitan culture. Jammu is situated at the foot of the mountains and has a lot of temples. It offers many kinds of adventure sports as well. Leh is in Ladakh and is filled with arid mountains. Its quietness and breathtaking landscape make it the perfect place for an ideal vacation, away from the hustle of modern city life. Jaipur, also known as the ‘Pink City’, is surrounded by rocky hills on all sides. Ranchi is the ‘City of Waterfalls’ and the capital of Jharkhand. It has many picturesque attractions and deserted rocks. Pune is known to be a friendly city. It is suitable for everyone – one can visit Pune’s corners that sell coffee and ice cream or opt for its high-end theme bars. The city is also known for the famous German Bakery and the Osho Ashram. On the outskirts too there are interesting places to visit - one can see the hard-wearing forts and the ruins of the old Maratha Empire. Lucknow is a multicultural city and is known as the ‘Constantinople of India’. Mumbai is considered to be the commercial capital of India and has an energetic nightlife. Port Blair is the capital of Andaman and Nicobar Islands - it is the junction from where one can go to the islands. It serves as a major base for the Indian Navy and the Indian Coast Guard. Goa is every tourist’s ideal destination. It has many sandy beaches and is surrounded by natural beauty. It also offers diverse water sports and is known for its multicultural architecture. Kolkata is known to be the ‘City of Joy’ and was the capital of India during British Raj. It still preserves the atmosphere of the colonial rule and has its own unique cuisine. Guwahati is the gateway to North Eastern India and is known to sell local handloom articles such as Muga Silk. The Kamakhya Temple in Guwahati has a great appeal and several historical landmarks. Chennai is an important centre for Carnatic music and Bharatnatyam dance. It is also a huge part of India’s automobile industry.