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Air India Adds More Flights to Amsterdam, Milan, and Copenhagen

GURUGRAM- Tata-owned Air India (AI), a prominent global airline based in India, is expanding its presence in Europe to meet growing demand.

Air India utilizes its two-class configured Boeing 787 Dreamliner aircraft on all flights to mainland Europe, offering 18 flat beds in Business Class and 236 spacious seats in Economy.

Air India Adds More Flights to Amsterdam, Milan, and Copenhagen
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Air India European Flights

Starting on June 22, 2024, Air India will introduce daily non-stop flights from Delhi (DEL) to Amsterdam Schiphol (AMS) and Delhi to Milan Malpensa (MXP), increasing the frequency on these crucial routes from 4 to 5 times weekly, respectively.

Furthermore, Air India will augment its service on the Delhi-Copenhagen route by adding another flight, thereby increasing the frequency to 5 times weekly.

These additional flights complement Air India’s existing daily non-stop flights to Zurich (ZRH), commencing from June 16, 2024, and its daily services to Frankfurt (FRA) and Paris Charles de Gaulle (CDG).

This expansion will enhance inbound and outbound passenger traffic and cargo movement between India and Europe.

Air India Adds More Flights to Amsterdam, Milan, and Copenhagen
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CEO Remarks

Campbell Wilson, CEO & MD of Air India, emphasized, “Expanding our global route network remains a top priority for Air India as part of our ongoing transformation journey. The heightened frequency to Europe underscores this commitment, reflecting the increasing demand for travel between India and Europe. We are dedicated to offering our customers enhanced options and convenience.”

He added, “These new flight routes will not only bolster trade and tourism relations but also provide seamless connectivity for travelers between Europe and other destinations in the Indian Subcontinent and Southeast Asia through our hub in Delhi.”

With the increased frequency of the three European cities, Air India will operate a total of 80 flights per week to and from seven key points: Amsterdam Schiphol, Copenhagen, Frankfurt, Milan Malpensa, Paris CDG, Vienna, and Zurich.

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