Scheduled commuter airline Air\u00a0Deccan today said it is planning to launch flight services to\u00a0Ahmedabad from Nashik as part of its strategy to connect\u00a0smaller cities with business hubs.\u00a0The airline, which is owned by Ahmedabad-based GSEC\u00a0Aviation and\u00a0 Monarch Net worth Capital, also said it plans\u00a0launch services from Delhi and Kolkata, besides Gujarat, which\u00a0is already under\u00a0 process. Air Deccan had commenced operations with services to\u00a0Jalgaon, Pune and Nashik from Mumbai in December last year\u00a0under Udan, the government's regional connectivity scheme\u00a0(RCS). Later, it had also launched flights to Kolhapur.\u00a0However, the carrier was forced to suspended services\u00a0within couple of months due to technical glitch in its\u00a0aircraft and pilots shortage. "Air Deccan will soon connect Nashik with Ahmedabad as\u00a0part of its expansion plans and strategy to link smaller\u00a0cities with business hubs," the airline said in a release.\u00a0Shaishav Shah, managing director of Air Deccan and\u00a0executive director of GSEC, said the airline will be inducting\u00a0more aircraft to cater to the active and new sectors. "Despite having a mixed response so far in operating\u00a0flights under the RCS scheme, we are very optimistic to adapt\u00a0and evolve the concept of economical air travel amongst the\u00a0user, which we as well understand will be a gradual process\u00a0and it will not be fair to assume patterns and preferences\u00a0change overnight," he said. Shah also said that Air Deccan is planning to operate\u00a0from Delhi, Kolkata going forward, and is also in the process\u00a0of operating in Gujarat.\u00a0Currently Air Odisha, which is jointly owned by SEC\u00a0Aviation and Monarch Net worth Capital, operates on routes in Gujarat.