Air India is set to resume operations in Delhi- Sydney-Delhi sector with a thrice-a-week service from 15th Nov ’21.
“Bookings open from 5:30 PM AESDT today through Air India Website, Booking Offices, Call Centre & our Authorised Travel Agents.“
Air India told The Australia Today, “Currently no flights are scheduled to/from Melbourne. We will update you as soon as we get information regarding flights to/from Melbourne.”
Earlier, Qantas has announced it will start flights to the Indian capital New Delhi on 6th December 2021.
“Hello Delhi! For the first time in almost a decade, we’re flying direct to India. Flights from Sydney to Delhi take off before Christmas.”
While announcing direct flights to India Prime Minister Scott Morrison reminded about the fact that how important it was for the Indian Australian community to reunite children with their grandparents.
PM Morrison said, “I know, particularly in our Indian community, that (Uniting with parents) has been a very important issue for them, and I know that will be welcome, and Alan and the team will be flying them here with these wonderful new services going through Darwin. That’s great news for the Northern Territory as well.
Manish an IT consultant told The Australia Today, “As soon as my wife heard of the announcement of direct flights, She has called everyone back home informing that we will make it to the function.”
“Of course we are very excited, so are my parents who have not met their grandchildren for two years,”said Mr Sonewal.
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