Air India plans to launch new flights to Washington, Africa, Stockholm and Tel Aviv

Air India plans to launch new flights to Washington, Africa, Stockholm and Tel Aviv

Oct 26, 2016: Air India plans to launch new flights to Washington D.C. (USA), Tel Aviv (Israel), Stockholm (Sweden) and Africa. The Indian government-owned carrier is yet to announce the time for launching the new flights.

According to Ashwani Lohani, Chairman and Managing Director, Air India, the airline will receive 6 Boeing 787 aircraft in 2017 and three Boeing 777 the following year. He was speaking at the re-launch of a new app which will allow passengers to book, check-in and manage every aspect of their journey from their mobile devices. Air India is yet to come out with a time schedule as to when the flights will be launched.

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