Wednesday, June 17, 2009

Air India

Air India has revealed on the GDS that it will be retiring its Boeing 747-400 from operating long haul flights for the foreseeable future with the Boeing 777s being used exclusively on all North American routes from September onwards.

As a result, the current daily BOM-FRA-EWR and AMD-FRA flights flown by a B 744 on a daily basis each respectively, will instead be flown using 3 new Boeing 777-300ERs. The B 744s are destined to be used for HYD-JED, CCJ-JED and other Middle Eastern routes flown from India.

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