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AI to operate additional flights to Amsterdam, Copenhagen & Milan from June

Air India has further scaled up its European operations with additional flights to Amsterdam, Copenhagen, and Milan to meet sustained demand.

From June 22, 2024, Air India will operate daily non-stop flights from Delhi to Amsterdam Schiphol and Delhi to Milan Malpensa, increasing frequency on the two key routes from 4x weekly and 5x weekly, respectively.

Additionally, Air India will add another flight on the Delhi-Copenhagen route, taking the frequency on the route to 5x weekly.

The launch of the additional flights complements Air India’s daily, non-stop flights to Zurich starting 16 June 2024, as well as the daily services to Frankfurt and Paris Charles de Gaulle (CDG), further boosting inbound and outbound passenger traffic and cargo flows between India and Europe.

Campbell Wilson, CEO & MD, Air India, said, “The expansion of our global route network continues to be a key priority for us in Air India’s ongoing transformation journey. The increased frequency to Europe demonstrates this as well as the growing demand for travel between India and Europe, and we are committed to providing our customers with greater choice and convenience.”

“These new flights will not only strengthen trade and tourism ties, but also offer seamless connectivity to travellers from Europe to other countries in the Indian Subcontinent and Southeast Asia (and vice versa) via our Delhi hub.”

With the increased frequency to the three European cities, Air India will serve mainland Europe with 80 flights a week to and from seven points, namely Amsterdam Schiphol, Copenhagen, Frankfurt, Milan Malpensa, Paris CDG, Vienna, and Zurich.

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

Seats on the additional flights to Amsterdam, Copenhagen, and Milan are available for booking on all channels, including Air India’s website, mobile app, and via travel agents.

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