The New Delhi-Hyderabad flight would start from the national capital at 6.05 AM and 5.50 PM.
This would be the second connection between the national capital and Srinagar and Pune, the release said.
The return flights from Srinagar and Pune will be at 2 PM and 1.30 AM.
Sunil Bhaskaran, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, AirAsia India, said "These new connections are a testimony to our commitment 'Now Everyone Can Fly'.
We recently announced the much awaited connection between Bengaluru and Mumbai and hope to open out Mumbai to several other cities on our network, offering affordable fares to our guests."
Bookings for the new sectors will start from January 10, 2019, but will be effective from February 1 2019.
Pune, it said.
AirAsia India currently has a fleet of 20 aircraft covering 19 destinations across the country.
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