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Air India announces new international flights
Air India has announced new international non-stop flights on the Delhi-Doha route from 29 October 2019. The flights will be operated four times a week, the airline said. Additionally, the airline will commence operations from Mumbai to Nairobi with its non-stop flights four times a week from 27 November 2019.
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Air India has announced new international non-stop flights on the Delhi-Doha route from 29 October 2019. The flights will be operated four times a week, the airline said. Additionally, the airline will commence operations from Mumbai to Nairobi with its non-stop flights four times a week from 27 November 2019. Book Online Flight Tickets at Tramily

The announcement from Air India comes amid high competition in the country’s civil aviation market. Last month, the carrier also introduced new flights on the Delhi-Toronto and Delhi-Seoul routes.

The disinvestment-bound national carrier, which is already providing similar services to first class passengers, would be rolling out the initiative on a pilot basis at the Delhi airport this month. The airline flew more than 81 lakh domestic passengers and over 35 lakh international passengers during the April-June period this year.

In a separate announcement, Air India said it is offering 25% on domestic flight tickets under its ‘Ghumo India Family Fare’ scheme. Online Flight Tickets under the sale can be made till 31 March 2020, the state run-carrier said. A minimum three and maximum six family members can avail this offer with return bookings on the airline’s domestic network. For more info visit our site here

The initiative also comes at a time when the airline is grappling with stiff competition and complaints about services from passengers. It would focus more on international passengers, particularly those in transit, as they need to hop on from one terminal to another. The airline would have a dedicated team of up to three personnel to help passengers who register for the service.

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