Saturday 1 October 2022 6:58 AM UTC
MUMBAI Oct 1: Air India will now connect Mumbai with San Francisco with a thrice weekly service, and reinstate a three-times-weekly Bengaluru operation. This takes Air India’s San Francisco offering from 10 to 16 weekly, with non-stop service from Delhi, Mumbai and Bengaluru.
Tata Sons-owned Air India, Friday announced 20 additional flights every week to Birmingham, London and San Francisco.
“This is part of the airline’s on-going endeavour to reclaim its position as a leader on the international aviation map. The additional flights to these 3 global destinations will be introduced in a phased manner from October to December this year,” the former state-run carrier said in a statement.
#FlyAI : Non-stop comfort meets newly added flight routes. With 20 new weekly flights, direct-travel just got more convenient. Take a trip to Birmingham, San Francisco and Heathrow and enjoy the non-stop experiences. #Announcement #NonStopFlights #NonStopExperiences pic.twitter.com/cDck9LyOPt
— Air India (@airindiain) October 1, 2022
“With 5 additional flights a week to Birmingham, 9 additional flights to London and 6 additional flights a week to San Francisco, Air India will be able to offer over 5,000 additional seats every week to customers,” it added.
Air India’s current schedule of 34 flights every week to the UK will now go up to 48 flights.
Birmingham will receive extra five flights per week, three from Delhi and two additional from Amritsar.
London will receive nine additional weekly flights, of which, five are from Mumbai, three from Delhi and one from Ahmedabad.
Altogether, Air India will have non-stop flights from seven Indian cities to UK’s capital. – PTI
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