Air India to offer more flights to Australia

By
2
1972

Air India will increase the frequency of its flights between India and Australia from the current seven flights a week to ten flights a week.

This announcement was made by Air India Chairman and Managing Director Ashwani Lohani during his visit to Sydney and Melbourne.

“The response to Air India’s non-stop Dreamliner between Delhi and Sydney/Melbourne has been overwhelming and we will be deploying the additional capacity on this route in the second quarter of 2017,” said Mr. Lohani.

Spread the love and Earn Tokens

2 COMMENTS

  1. Michaell J Lewis

    Travelled to India by Malaysian Airlines and returned today NEVER to travel by an Airline – Very poor standard – service and No value foe Money.
    Our prayers have reached us in ONE piece.
    Consideration should be given to Airlines like Air India and Kuwait Airways to cover such sectors where Frequently many customers travel for Business , Tourism and Holidaying.

    Mr Ashwani Lohani has to take up the quick opportunity to secure these sectors from Melbourne and other Australian destinations to India – since other reputed Airlines have made their name and do not want to comprehend to the key factors that the Current days CUSTOMERS are looking forward to.

    Get your Act together AIR iNDIA – You Guys can DO iT.

  2. They should improve the customer service first.. call centre just knows how to hand ball issues…

Comments