Air India to operate new flights to Singapore, Moscow and Brisbane from March 26 onwards

Indian state carrier Air India has announced new flights to international destinations around the globe including Singapore, Brisbane and Moscow starting a week from today.

Bookings can be done through the airline’s website, booking offices, and call centres.
Bookings can be done through the airline’s website, booking offices, and call centres. Photo courtesy: Air India

The airline will operate flights between India and Singapore from March 28 to October 30, 2021, on Bengaluru-Chennai-Singapore, Mumbai-Singapore, and Delhi-Singapore sectors. The flight on the Bengaluru-Singapore route via Chennai will be operational every Wednesday. Flights on the Mumbai-Singapore route will be operated on Monday and Friday, and on Thursday and Sunday for the Delhi-Singapore route.

On March 26, 2021, the airline will operate a flight between Delhi and Brisbane. Bookings can be done through the airline’s website, booking offices, and call centres. “Limited seats are being offered due to quarantine restrictions by Australian Authorities,” Air India said in an official tweet.

The flag carrier of India has also announced direct flights between Goa and Moscow’s Sheremetyevo – AS Pushkin international airport from April 14 to October 28, 2021.

 

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