Cathay Pacific stated on Thursday that it will increase the frequency of its flights between Mumbai and Delhi and Hong Kong.
Due to the suspension of passenger operations to and from India, the Hong Kong-based airline stopped flying to India in late March 2020.
After the government removed the embargo on March 27, the airline resumed service to Mumbai and Delhi on May 4 and 6, respectively.
In May, Cathay Pacific restarted service between Mumbai and Delhi with three flights.
The airline stated in a statement that it will fly eight flights from Mumbai and nine flights from Delhi in June.
Cathay Pacific has announced that starting in July, it will operate two flights each week on the Hong Kong-Mumbai route on Fridays and Sundays, and vice versa.
The airline will operate four flights each week on the Delhi-Hong Kong-Delhi route: Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday.
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