Air India to introduce more flights from June

Chennai: National carrier Air India has announced that it will be expanding its routes and operate additional flights on major domestic and international routes, this summer.

A release said, effective 1 June, the carrier will offer 3,500 more seats per week on Mumbai-Dubai-Mumbai route and from 2 June it will offer 3,500 more number of seats per week on Delhi-Dubai-Delhi routes by operating two more new flights through B787 Dream liner aircraft.

The airline will offer one way economy class promotional fare of Rs 7,777 from both Delhi and Mumbai to Dubai for sale and travel up to 31 July.

On its domestic front, effective 5 June, Air India will introduce new flights on Bhopal-Pune-Bhopal route and holy town of Varanasi from and to Chennai.

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, added the release.

NT Bureau