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Air India is all set to bring some changes in its existing routes, in the upcoming winter schedule, which will start from October 25.

Air India To Work On Existing Routes From October 25

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Air India (AI) has decided to deploy Boeing 777 aircrafts on all the seven west-bound destinations and on the route to Tokyo as well. AI spokesperson Mr. Jitendra Bhargava said that these destinations include Newark, Paris, Toronto and Tokyo, thus covering the long-haul destinations in countries like US, Europe, Canada and Japan. Presently, the comfort and luxury of Boeing 777 is available on Air India flights to Chicago, New York, Frankfurt and London only. The move is aimed at providing passengers comfort and luxury in long haul flights.
Mr. Bhargava added that Air India had worked on its schedule as well, so as to provide the services matching the best in industry, in the domestic as well as international sectors. The airline announced its new winter schedule that will come in effect from October 25. This schedule marks a few changes. Now, the Amritsar-London-Toronto flight will operate four days a week from Amritsar and on the remaining three days, it will start from Delhi.
An addition in flights on Mumbai-Riyadh and Delhi-Riyadh routes will set the total number of flights to 11 per week. There is also a plan to introduce a daily non-stop flight between Chennai and Muscat. Along with that, the Air India Express flight on the Kozhikode-Muscat-Kozhikode route will be converted into a daily flight. All these changes will come into effect from October 25 onwards.

Last Updated: 2009-10-15T11:39:36+05:30

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