The Tata-owner Air India is announcing to begin operating a new flight service on the Mumbai-Nagpur-Mumbai route on May 20.
Qatar Airways, an international airline, has also increased the number of days it operates on the Nagpur-Doha-Nagpur route from four to seven.
Mr. Deepak Kapoor, vice chairman and managing director of the Maharastra Airport Development Company, has acknowledged these developments.
Air India Launches Mumbai to Nagpur Flights
After Go Air canceled several domestic flights around the nation, these statements may allow passengers to breathe a sigh of relief. Subsequently, The incident resulted in price increases, overbookings, and cancellations that caused the passengers great difficulty.
Just a few days ago, Air India announced that it would begin nonstop service between Delhi and Amsterdam, making Amsterdam the airline’s ninth city in continental Europe to be served.
The airline said that starting on June 11, 2023, the route will run using a two-class Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner four times a week on Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday.
This new service is a component of Air India’s recent efforts to expand its European presence. Further, the airline has established connections with four European cities from Delhi over the previous four months. Amsterdam has been added, bringing the total number of nonstop flights between India and Europe weekly to 77.
According to Campbell Wilson, CEO and MD of Air India, “With the commencement of this new non-stop trip to Amsterdam, Air India further expands the breadth of our long-haul network and offers our customers more options.
It supports our goal of turning Delhi into an important global hub. Along with the three other European lines that have recently begun service and others to come.
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