Indian flag carrier Air India on Wednesday (26 Aug) announced that it will be operating non-stop flights between London from six Indian cities Delhi, Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Kochi, Bengaluru, and Amritsar under the air transport bubble agreement.
As per the schedule posted by Air India on its official website the airline has scheduled 3 Flights from Delhi, 1 from Mumbai, 1 from Ahmedabad, 1 From Bengaluru, 2 from Kochi, and 1 from Amritsar starting from 1st Sep 2020.
#FlyAI : Now fly Non-Stop to London from six Indian cities. Booking Open till 30th September 2020. For schedule, please visit the link https://t.co/L58TWttO9O pic.twitter.com/YVejoZkSf4
The Booking for these flights has started and will remain open till 30th September 2020. Bookings can be done on the Air India website, Booking Offices, Call Centers, and authorized travel agents.
As mentioned by Air India, these flights are operating under the air transport bubble agreement between India and UK, and as per the latest guidelines by the Ministry of Home Affairs, no prior registration will be required for travel on Air Bubble flights.
Recently on Monday, August 25, Air India has announced to operate 13 more flights between India and Paris under the Vande Bharat Mission Phase 6. Air India will operate these additional flights from India’s Delhi and Chennai to Paris starting from 02nd Sep 2020 till 02nd Oct 2020.
The airline will operate two weekly flights From Delhi to Paris every Wednesday and Sunday and one weekly flight from Chennai to Paris every Friday.