Air India Expands European Footprint with Delhi-Amsterdam Non-Stop Flights From June 11

Air India has announced that it will launch non-stop flights between Delhi and Amsterdam on June 11, 2023. This marks the airline's eighth continental European city to be served and is part of its recent expansion plans in Europe, connecting four European destinations from Delhi over the last four months.
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Air India, an Indian full-service carrier owned by Tata Group recently announced its plans to expand its services in Europe and has now added Amsterdam to its list of European destinations. The airline is set to launch non-stop flights between Delhi and Amsterdam on June 11, 2023.

This marks the airline’s eighth continental European city to be served, and the fourth European destination to be connected from Delhi in the last four months.

Flight Schedule and Details

The new service between Delhi and Amsterdam will operate four times a week, on Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday, using a two-class Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner aircraft.

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Flight NoDepartureDep. TimeArrivalArr. TimeFrequencyAirctaftStart Date
AI 155Delhi13:10Amsterdam18:35Mon, Wed, Fri, SunBoeing 787June 11th
AI 156Amsterdam20:45Delhi07:55 (+1)Mon, Wed, Fri, SunBoeing 787June 11th

The flight will accommodate 256 passengers across both classes. The Business Class cabin will have 18 seats, each with fully flat beds, while the Economy Class cabin will have 238 seats.

Bookings for the flight are already open and can be made through the Air India website, mobile apps, travel agents, and other reservation channels.

Air India’s Expansion Plans

Air India’s recent expansion plans in Europe have been successful, with the addition of four European destinations from Delhi in the last four months.

The airline’s objective is to establish Delhi as a significant international hub, and the launch of this new non-stop flight to Amsterdam adds further breadth to its long-haul network, providing more options for customers.

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The addition of Amsterdam brings the total number of non-stop flights between India and Europe to 77 per week.

Statement from Air India’s CEO

Campbell Wilson, CEO and MD of Air India, stated that the addition of this new non-stop flight to Amsterdam supports the airline’s objective of establishing Delhi as a significant international hub.

He also added that together with the three other European routes started in recent months, and others to come, this new service will provide more options for customers and add further breadth to the airline’s long-haul network.

In conclusion, Air India’s decision to add Amsterdam to its list of European destinations is a positive development for the airline and its customers. This new service will provide more options for travellers and further establish Delhi as a significant international hub. The launch of this new non-stop flight is a testament to Air India’s commitment to expanding its services and catering to the needs of its customers.

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Manish Khandelwal
Manish Khandelwal

Manish Khandelwal, a travel-tech enthusiast with over a decade of experience in the travel industry. Founder and Editor-in-Chief of Travelobiz.com, he's passionate about writing.

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