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Air India to introduce several new flights next month to manage heavy demand during summer vacation.
Air India to introduce several new flights next month to manage heavy demand during summer vacation.

Air India to start new domestic and international flights from next month

  • The national carrier said it will offer additional 3,500 seats per week on Mumbai-Dubai-Mumbai route from 1 June
  • Air India would be increasing its flights on Delhi-Raipur-Delhi route from existing seven flights per week to 14 flights per week

New Delhi: Air India on Wednesday announced that various new flights would begin from next month on domestic as well as international routes in order to meet heavy demand of seats during the summer vacation.

The national carrier said it will offer additional 3,500 seats per week on Mumbai-Dubai-Mumbai route from 1 June.

Moreover, it will offer additional 3,500 seats per week on Delhi-Dubai-Delhi route too from 2 June by operating two new flights using its B787 Dreamliner aircraft.

"The airline will offer one way Economy class promotional fare of 7,777 (all inclusive) from both Delhi and Mumbai to Dubai for sale and travel up to 31 July, 2019," Air India said in a statement.

On its domestic front, Air India said it will introduce new flights on Bhopal-Pune-Bhopal route and Varanasi-Chennai-Varanasi route from 5 June.

"The number of flights on Delhi-Bhopal-Delhi will be increased from present 14 flights per week to 20 flights per week by introducing third frequency to the historical city of Tals," the statement added.

The national carrier would be increasing its flights on Delhi-Raipur-Delhi route from existing seven flights per week to 14 flights per week.

According to Air India, the number of flights per week would be increased on routes such as Delhi-Bengaluru-Delhi, Delhi-Amritsar-Delhi, Chennai-Ahmedabad-Chennai and Chennai-Kolkata-Chennai.

The flights per week would also be increased on Delhi-Vadodara-Delhi route and Mumbai-Vizag-Mumbai route, the statement added.

This story has been published from a wire agency feed without modifications to the text.

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