Air India is offering hourly flights on the very busy Mumbai-Delhi sector to meet the demand of tickets buyers during the ongoing holiday and winter season, a peak time for tourism in the country.

Hourly Flights on the Busy Mumbai-Delhi Route by Air India

Air India has decided to start hourly flights on Mumbai-Delhi route, which is one of the busiest intra-national sectors on the planet. With peak holiday season underway and the resulting high demand of flights tickets on the high-density route, the airline made the move to meet the requirement of tickets seekers.

“Air India will be providing flights between Mumbai and Delhi (both ways) every hour. Passengers wishing to travel on this sector by the national carrier can now fly every hour between 6 a.m. and 11 p.m.” said a release of the carrier.

The hourly service by the national carrier means 18 flights daily on the route, effective November 12, suggesting enough tickets alternatives for flyers.

Apart from domestic flyers, who are sure to be benefitted from improved services on the busy sector, international travellers too can hope to take advantage of the hourly service that will provide flexibility and convenience to their travel plans in India.

Both Delhi and Mumbai remain India’s preferred gateways for international travellers seeking tickets – be it the business minded or the ones who pick tickets for a holiday tour of the country. The cities’ respective airports are the busiest in the country with almost every major airline offering a connection. A regular and easy link between the metro cities will ensure that flyers, especially the corporate executives, have an uninterrupted air travel service.

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