Air India Increased Frequency of Flights Between Delhi And Vancouver


Air India, the flag carrier airline of India currently owned by Tata Sons, in a social media post, informed that it has increased the frequency of flights between Delhi and Vancouver effective from August 31.

According to the update, the airline has increased its frequency from three flights per week to seven by introducing four additional flights. Air India’s decision to add four more weekly flights between New Delhi and Vancouver coincides with increased demand for flights between India and Canada.


“Now flying from Delhi to Vancouver is possible every day of the week. We have increased the frequency of our flights from three a week to seven by introducing 4 new flights,” said Air India in a Tweet.

Air India Delhi-Vancouver Flights

As per the information available on Air India’s official website, beginning August 31st, daily flights as per the schedule below are srated by the airline’s Boeing 777-300ER fleet, which earlier operates three times per week.

Flight NoDepartureDep. TimeArrivalArr. TimeFrequency
AI 185Delhi05:15Vancouver07:15Daily
AI 186Vancouver10:15Delhi13:15(+1)Daily

Notably, the Boeing 777-300ER has 342 seat capacity in total, with four in first class, 35 in business, and 303 in economy class.

It is worth mentioning here that Air India is currently the only airline offering direct service between India and Vancouver.

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Manish Khandelwal
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