Friday, June 25, 2010

Air India

Air India
has officially revealed on the GDS few capacity changes with regards to its regional network effective June 21st which shall last till the end of the IATA Summer 2010 season. The main highlights are as follows:

capacity increased from a daily A 319 to a daily B 773ER.

- capacity increased from daily A 321 to a daily B 773ER. It will be a daily same plane service DXB-BOM-SIN henceforth!

- capacity increased to 5 weekly B 744s.

Air India also has officially announced that it shall be launching new services to ICN-Seoul, South Korea from Aug 1st 2010 onwards. AI will be operating to ICN from Delhi via Hong Kong four times per week using a Boeing 777-200LR with full 5th freedom traffic rights available on the HKG-ICN-HKG sector.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

consider me particularly interested in AI's B744 fleet. Do you see any viable utilsation for them, apart from their current deployment to JED and RUH from the various Indian stations? Thank you for your reply.