Wednesday, March 22, 2023

Air India to boost East Asian connectivity from March end – Usky News

MUMBAI: Air India has added frequency to East Asian options, giving passengers more options to fly from Bangkok (Thailand), Hong Kong and Seoul (South Korea) from March-end.
Air India will add a total of eight new weekly flights: six to Bangkok (three each from Delhi and Mumbai), as well as additional weekly flights from Delhi to Seoul (Incheon) and Hong Kong from March 26, the airline said in a press statement. The flights will be operated by Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner aircraft with a two-class cabin configuration comprising 18 business class and 236 economy class seats.
With these additional services, Air India and Air India Express will collectively offer 67 weekly services from Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Trichy and Madurai to Bangkok, Hong Kong, Seoul, Singapore and Tokyo. Air India’s route network also includes non-stop flights from Delhi to Sydney and Melbourne in Australia.
Nipun Agarwal, Chief Commercial and Transformation Officer, Air India said, “Building a more robust network is a key element of Air India’s 5-year transformation plan, and will accelerate services on multiple routes to North America and Europe. to promote. Succession, we are now pleased to extend the services to the East.


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