Air India has re-opened its route between CPH and Delhi following the end of the recent strike.
The airline has also launched new routes, including Mumbai-Amritsar, New Delhi-Jodhpur, and Agra-Patna.
The airline said that it had operated more than 1,200 flights during the strike period.
Air India’s Director of Corporate Communications, Mr. Pradeep Sejwal said that they have been able to restore services on all their international routes except for those in China where operations have been suspended due to technical reasons.
Air India, the flag carrier of India, has reopened its route between Delhi and the Central Penninsula (CPH) in a bid to boost tourism and trade. The new route will be operated by Air India Express, which has been operating services between Delhi and CPH since 2016.
The new route will operate daily flights to CPH from Delhi and return on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Sundays. The airline will offer discounts for travel agents booking tickets on these days as well as passengers traveling in business class to CPH.
The new route will be operated by Air India’s Boeing 777-300ER aircraft, which have been retrofitted with business class seats and entertainment systems.
The airline operates a total of 27 direct flights between its two destinations, with seven routes being operated daily.
Air India has been operating services to Indian cities since 1952 when the airline started flying from Delhi to Madras.
Air India, the national carrier of India, has announced that it is now operating a new flight route between Central Park Hotel and Delhi. The new service will run twice daily, with the first flight departing from Central Park Hotel at 6:40 am and arriving in Delhi at 8:25 am. The second flight departs Delhi at 9:30 am and arrives at Central Park Hotel at 11:15 am.
The decision to open this route was made after the airline received overwhelming support from its customers for this service.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi welcomed the decision to open this route by saying “This will further strengthen our ties with South East Asia by facilitating connectivity with India.”
The airline also announced that it will be adding more new routes in the coming months.
Air India has reopened its flight between Copenhagen and Delhi. The airline has now been able to offer a new route to their customers, who will be able to travel from Copenhagen to Delhi in under three hours.
The flight was closed due to the increased demand for flights, but now that it is open again, those traveling between these two cities can rest assured that they will not have any problems finding a seat on their flight.
Air India has announced that it will resume operations between CPH and Delhi on December 3rd.
The airline’s new route is as follows:
Chennai – Delhi
Air India is proud to announce the reopening of its route between Copenhagen and Delhi.
Air India has been operating flights between Copenhagen and Delhi since 1947, so this is a route that is deeply rooted in Air India’s history. We’re excited to bring it back to life.
The new route will make it easier for you to reach Delhi, making your travel more convenient and enjoyable.
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