New Delhi, Mar 28 (UNI) Air India will operate a non-stop A310 flight between Delhi and Shanghai as part of its Summer Schedule from March 30.
The flight, introduced in 2003, earlier operated on the Delhi-Bangkok-Shanghai sector.
The other salient featrures of Air India's Summer Schedule include introduction of several new flights on the international and domestic routes and increase in capacity offered and enhancement in frequency of several flights, a company statement said.
On the international network, the airline is introducing a direct service between Bangalore and Dubai three times a week.
Passengers will also have the advantage of increased frequency on other international sectors.
The Mumbai-Singapore-Mumbai A330 flight, the Delhi-Muscat-Delhi flight and the Bangalore-Male-Bangalore flight will now be daily flights. The frequency of flights on the Delhi-Kabul-Delhi sector has been increased from four to six flights a week.
On the domestic network, Air India will become the only airline to offer an early morning direct connection from Thiruvananthapuram/Kochi to Delhi and a return evening flight, with a daily A320 service on the sector.
Besides this, a daily Mumbai-Lucknow-Varanasi flight, a daily Mumbai-Kochi-Trivandrum flight and a daily Bangalore-Kochi flight are some of the other new introductions.
The Delhi-Raipur sector will now have a daily frequency as against three flights earlier, the statement added.
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