“In addition to the U.S. flights, Air India would be operating Delhi-London, Mumbai-London, Delhi-Frankfurt and Amritsar-Delhi-London-Toronto flights from tomorrow," an Air India spokesperson said.
He said that additional cockpit and cabin crew are all set to start extra flights just in case there is a need to clear up backlog of stranded passengers.
The airlines is expected to resume its Delhi-Paris flight on Wednesday, Apr 21, evening.
An Air India aircraft has taken off from Frankfurt after it was stranded off there for the last six days. The aircraft is expected to arrive in New Delhi on Wednesday, Apr 21.
One of the two, Boeing-777 aircraft, which was stranded at London"s Heathrow airport has left for Toronto, while the other has taken off to Amritsar to carry the stranded passengers.
Air India had five of its flights stuck at various airports in Europe and the US after closure of flight operations due to volcanic ash clouds.