Air India has begun non-stop flights to Delhi from Toronto as it expands into North America.
Air India has begun non-stop flights to Delhi from Toronto as it expands into North America.Last year, the airline introduced direct flights to Delhi from three US destinations – Newark, New York and Chicago.
The new Canadian flight departs from Toronto Pearson International airport and takes 14 hours to Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International airport. Previous flights to Delhi from Canada operated by Air India used to include a stop-over in London of at least two hours.
Air India has a fleet of 135 aircraft and has recently added new planes to its portfolio.
“With Air India introducing the phenomenal Boeing 777-300 ER planes and making New Delhi as its international hub, introduction of non-stop flights from Canada is part of new policies,” explained an Air Indian representative, reports IANS.
The representative added that passengers from Canada will now be able to catch connecting flights to Mumbai, Chennai and other Indian cities.
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