SP's Airbuz - - Newsbrief -

to fly to New Delhi daily. The route has stood the test of time and com­pletes its twen­ti­eth an­niver­sary next year. That is an achieve­ment for an air­line of its size and credit should be given to teams in In­dia and the world over, who have made this route a suc­cess. On Novem­ber 20 this year, Vir­gin At­lantic an­nounced that the air­line was go­ing to dou­ble its flights to New Delhi start­ing Sum­mer 2020. The sec­ond daily ser­vice to New Delhi will de­part Lon­don in the morn­ing and will of­fer cus­tomers a choice of de­par­tures at both ends.

This joint ven­ture helps Vir­gin At­lantic flights to In­dia as they have sis­ter air­lines who will help mar­ket these flights to their cus­tomers. Cur­rently from New Delhi, the air­line only of­fers seam­less con­nec­tions to two des­ti­na­tions in the US i.e. Bos­ton and New York – JFK. These are made pos­si­ble by the late evening de­par­tures to both the cities from Lon­don. Vir­gin At­lantic has not had the same suc­cess with its flights to, Mum­bai, the fi­nan­cial cap­i­tal of In­dia, as it has with its flights to New Delhi.

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