Air India to Launch Non-Stop Flights from Mumbai to Melbourne Starting Dec 15

Air India's new non-stop flights from Mumbai to Melbourne are set to transform the way you travel between India and Australia. With a strategic flight schedule, seamless connections, and affordable fares, this is your passport to unparalleled convenience.
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In a groundbreaking move, Air India has announced the commencement of its first-ever non-stop services between Mumbai and Melbourne, Australia. This strategic expansion of their global route network is poised to revolutionize passenger travel options between these two dynamic cities.

Non-Stop Link Between Mumbai and Melbourne

Beginning on December 15, 2023, Air India will offer non-stop flights between Mumbai and Melbourne, setting a remarkable milestone in air travel. The airline will operate these flights three times a week, offering passengers unmatched convenience and connectivity.

Seamless Connectivity

Air India has strategically designed this route to cater to passengers from 17 major Indian cities, offering convenient one-stop connections to and from Melbourne through Delhi or Mumbai. Furthermore, this new route will facilitate seamless two-way connectivity between London Heathrow and Melbourne via Delhi and Mumbai.

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Flight Schedule

Here is the schedule of flights between Mumbai and Melbourne:

Flight No.FromDepartureToArrivalDays of Ops
AI310Mumbai0050 HrsMelbourne1810 HrsWed, Fri, Sun
AI311Melbourne2000 HrsMumbai0235 Hrs (+1)Wed, Fri, Sun

Booking Information

Flights are now available for booking on Air India’s official website (www.airindia.com), mobile app, and through travel agents worldwide. Promotional all-inclusive, round-trip fares start from INR 48,999 in Economy.

State-of-the-Art Aircraft

Air India’s Mumbai-Melbourne flights will be operated using the Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner aircraft, known for its comfort and efficiency. The Business Class cabins feature 18 flat beds, while the Economy Class offers 238 spacious seats.

CCO’s Comments

Nipun Aggarwal, Chief Commercial and Transformation Officer at Air India expressed enthusiasm about this new venture, stating

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“We look forward to launching the only non-stop flight between Mumbai and Melbourne. This is a great step forward in our ongoing transformation program, which among other aspects aims at connecting India to more of the world with non-stop flights. We are excited to showcase the positively changing Air India flying experience to travellers on this route, of which great Indian hospitality will remain a cornerstone.”

Conclusion

Air India, which currently operates daily flights to Melbourne and Sydney from its Delhi hub, will now be flying between India and Australia 28 times every week, cementing its position as a key player in this sector.

With this exciting development, Air India is poised to enhance the ease and accessibility of travel between the bustling city of Mumbai and the vibrant metropolis of Melbourne.


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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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