Indian national carrier Air India is all set to resume its international flight operation with the UK starting from 17th May, the flights between both countries have been suspended since 23rd April after the govt of United Kingdom added India into the ‘Red List’ for travel.
The flight suspension comes amid the huge surge in coronavirus cases in India.
Now, Air India has announced through a social media post that it will start operating flights between India’s Delhi, Mumbai, Bengaluru, And London Heathrow.
Air India Flights Between India And UK
- The national carrier will fly on the Bengaluru-London Heathrow-Bengaluru; Delhi-London Heathrow-Delhi and Mumbai-London Heathrow-Mumbai sectors.
- Air India will operate flights on the Delhi-London Heathrow-Delhi sector from May 16 to May 31, 2021 ( except May 22 and May 29).
- Flights from Mumbai to London Heathrow will operate from May 16 to May 30, 2021. (except May 17, 19, 24, and May 26) and London Heathrow to Mumbai will operate from May 17 to May 31, 2021 (except May 18, 23, 25, and May 30).
- Flights from Bengaluru to London Heathrow will operate on May 17, 19, 24, 26 and May 31, 2021, and flights from London Heathrow to Bengaluru will operate on May 16, 18, 23, 25, and May 30, 2021.
Air India has opened the bookings of the above-mentioned flights through Air India Website, Mobile App, booking offices, Call center, and Authorised Travel agents.
The airline also informed that those who already booked on the above-mentioned dates and wish to travel will be required to revalidate their bookings.
Guidelines For Travel
Air India also requested all the passengers before planning their travel to check out the recent guidelines announced by UK Govt. It will be the sole responsibility of the passengers to ensure his/her eligibility to enter the destination country. Air India will accept no liability if non-compliance results in denied boarding.