- Air India
- Delta Air Lines
- United Airlines
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Air India operates flights to and from various cities in India and the United States. The airline has been in operation for over 70 years and has a strong presence in both countries. Air India offers a variety of flight options, including non-stop and connecting flights.
Air India to resume India to USA flights from December 2020
Air India will resume India to USA flights from December 2020, subject to government approval. The flights will operate twice a week from Delhi to San Francisco and will be the only non-stop service between India and the USA.
The service will initially operate on a code-share basis with United Airlines, with whom Air India has a strong partnership. Air India plans to eventually operate the service on a standalone basis.
This is good news for passengers looking to travel between India and the USA, as there have been no direct flights since March 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. However, it is important to note that the service is subject to government approval and may be subject to change.
Air India to operate special flights to USA from November 2020
Air India will operate special flights from India to various cities in the United States of America from November 2020. The move comes as Indian airlines resume operations to and from the USA after a hiatus of nearly four months.
The resumption of flights comes after the US Department of Transportation (DOT) lifted the order that had suspended Air India’s authority to conduct passenger air transportation service between India and the USA. Air India will now operate these special flights under the DOT’s “Interim Final Rule” which allows airlines to resume limited international passenger operations.
Under this rule, Air India is permitted to operate up to 60% of its pre-COVID-19 scheduled international flights to and from the USA. All passengers travelling on these flights will be required to comply with COVID-19 related entry requirements of the concerned US state or territory.
These special flights will be operated by Air India’s Boeing 777 aircraft and will depart from Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai and Kolkata airports. The flight schedule and fares for these flights will be announced soon by Air India.
Delta Air Lines
Delta Air Lines is set to launch daily flights between New Delhi and Atlanta from December 22, 2016. The airline will operate the service with a Boeing 777-200LR aircraft, configured with 32 lie-flat seats in business class, 48 seats in economy comfort and228 seats in economy class.
Delta to operate India to USA flights from December 2020
In an effort to bring airlines back to India and help people travel between the two countries, Delta Air Lines has announced that it will be operating India to USA flights from December 2020. This comes as good news for travelers who have been waiting for airlines to resume their services.
The flights will be operated on a Boeing 787 aircraft and will have a capacity of 222 passengers. The flight schedule has not been announced yet, but it is expected that the flights will operate three times a week.
This is a welcome development for travelers looking to fly between the two countries. With Delta’s announcement, we can expect other airlines to start operating flights between India and USA in the near future.
Delta to operate special flights to USA from November 2020
Starting November 2020, Delta Air Lines will operate special flights between India and the United States. This will offer customers more choice and flexibility when planning their travel.
The flights will operate on a Boeing 777 aircraft and will be available for booking starting October 2020. Tickets can be booked online or through a travel agent.
Delta is committed to providing customers with the best possible travel experience, and these new flights will offer more options for those looking to travel between India and the United States.
United Airlines has recently announced that it will be suspending all India to USA flights indefinitely. This was done in response to the continuously rising cases of Covid-19 in both countries. India has been hit hard by the pandemic and the situation is only getting worse. The US, on the other hand, is trying to get a handle on the situation but is struggling to do so.
United to resume India to USA flights from December 2020
In an update to its international schedule, United Airlines has announced that it will resume India to USA flights from December 2020. The flights will operate under the carrier’s existing codeshare agreement with Air India.
The flights will initially operate twice a week between Delhi and Newark, New Jersey. United will then increase the frequency to thrice a week from January 2021. The flights will be operated using Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner aircraft with a total of 252 seats – 18 in business class, 48 in premium economy and 186 in economy.
This is good news for travellers looking to fly between India and the USA as United becomes the first US carrier to resume flights to India since the Suspension of Operations (SOO) was announced in March 2020.
United to operate special flights to USA from November 2020
United Airlines will operate special flights to various destinations in the United States from New Delhi, Mumbai, and Bengaluru starting November 2020. The flights will be available for booking from October 28, 2020, and will operate until January 3, 2021.
The flights will be operated using Boeing 787 Dreamliner aircraft and will offer a three-cabin configuration with 36 seats in United Polaris business class, 21 seats in United Premium Plus premium economy, and 247 seats in economy class. All customers flying on these special flights will be able to enjoy United’s inflight entertainment system with hundreds of hours of movies, TV shows, and music.
In order to ensure the safety of all customers and employees, United is following guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), as well as state and local public health officials. The airline has implemented a wide range of new policies and procedures including enhanced cleaning protocols, mandatory face coverings for all customers and employees while on board our aircraft and at our airports, reduced contact throughout the travel experience such as self-service check-in whenever possible, physical distancing measures in security lines and at the gate area prior to boarding, among other measures.