DELHI- During the commencement of the Northern Winter 2023/24 season, Air India (AI) introduced Airbus A321neo service on an international route, commencing with operations on the Delhi (DL) – Kathmandu (KTM) route.
Starting October 29, 2023, the A321neo will be utilized for one of the three daily flights on this route.
Air India International Flights
Here’s the flight Schedule for Delhi to Kathmandu route:
AI213: Departure from Delhi (DEL) at 06:55, Arrival at Kathmandu (KTM) at 09:05, Aircraft: A321, Daily
AI215: Departure from Delhi (DEL) at 12:40, Arrival at Kathmandu (KTM) at 14:45, Aircraft: A32A, Daily
AI211: Departure from Delhi (DEL) at 18:45, Arrival at Kathmandu (KTM) at 20:40, Aircraft: A32A, Daily
AI214: Departure from Kathmandu (KTM) at 10:05, Arrival at Delhi (DEL) at 11:45, Aircraft: A321, Daily
AI216: Departure from Kathmandu (KTM) at 15:45, Arrival at Delhi (DEL) at 17:25, Aircraft: A32A, Daily
AI212: Departure from Kathmandu (KTM) at 21:40, Arrival at Delhi (DEL) at 23:20, Aircraft: A32A, Daily
Mumbai to Melbourne Flights
Melbourne Airport (MEL) is set to introduce its inaugural non-stop flights from Mumbai (BOM) as Tata-owned Air India (AI) has officially announced the launch of this groundbreaking route starting in December.
As of December 15, the airline will initiate three weekly flights, with the possibility of expanding the frequency in response to growing demand.
This new service connecting Mumbai will be serviced by Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner aircraft and will complement Air India’s current daily flights connecting Melbourne and Delhi.
During the previous fiscal year, Melbourne saw more Indian tourists than any other city in Australia, with 433,000 Indian travelers passing through Victoria’s primary international gateway in the 12 months leading up to June.
The introduction of the new Mumbai-Melbourne service will contribute nearly 40,000 additional seats each year to the Australian state of Victoria.
This is of particular significance given that the Indian community in Victoria exceeds 200,000 individuals, representing approximately 40% of the total Indian diaspora in Australia.
The aim of these new services is to meet the increasing demand for visiting friends and relatives and to capture the growing interest in business and leisure travel to the region.
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