Trujet offers free ride for children
To mark Childrens Day on Wednesday, citybased TruJet offered free flight to 40 unprivileged students of SRVV school of Vellapa Sembana Gounder Memorial Trust Chennai, from Chennai to Salem The airlines took up the programme under its Wings of Hope Programme
Hyderabad: To mark Children’s Day on Wednesday, city-based TruJet offered free flight to 40 unprivileged students of SRVV school of Vellapa Sembana Gounder Memorial Trust Chennai, from Chennai to Salem. The airlines took up the programme under its Wings of Hope Programme.
The students from Salem travelled to Chennai on Tuesday for an excursion. Trujet offered them a free flight on their return journey from Chennai to Salem on Wednesday.Trujet said it is committed to carry 300 under privileged children throughout the year so that they may aspire to build a better life for themselves. This is part of a year-long programme where Trujet will work with NGO's who are championing this cause. Earlier in July, Trujet flew forty students of Valmiki foundation from Hyderabad to Bellary (Hampi) and return.
Trujet has carried 1.2 million passengers in the three years since it started flying. The airlines has been further awarded with 20 new routes in the Western & Eastern states and will connect Kandla, Porbandar, Keshod, Jaisalmer, Jalgaon & Nasik from Ahmedabad & Burnpur, Cooch Behar, Tezu, and Rupsi from Guwahati.
This ushers the second phase of our UDAN effort, where Trujet connects Bharat with India and promotes the air connectivity of unserved/ underserved cities to the metros. Trujet is planning organic and inorganic expansion to support its future demand.
Trujet is the first airline to successfully fly all routes as part of its first bid under UDAN and the Ministry of Civil Aviation has issued a Citation to Trujet for the same.