Air India Launches Deluxe Service on Delhi-Dubai Route, London Next in Line

Air India has begun international flights using the A350 aircraft, with the first trip from Delhi to Dubai taking off Wednesday. The Tata Group-owned airline intends to debut the wide-body jet on additional international routes in the coming months.

Air India now offers a daily service between Delhi and Dubai using the A350-900 aircraft, which has a three-class cabin arrangement with 316 seats. The airline is now the only one operating this jet between India and Dubai.

According to the reports, Air India plans to deploy the A350 aircraft on the London route beginning in November. Additionally, the airline intends to launch jets on several other overseas routes.

Air India began adding A350 planes to its fleet this year, utilizing them for both local and international flights. The airline has ordered 40 A350 planes and presently operates at least four of them.

Air India now provides 72 weekly flights to Dubai from five locations in India, 32 of which originate in Delhi.

Meanwhile, heavy rains and thunderstorms slammed the United Arab Emirates (UAE) on Thursday, forcing the cancellation of many international flights. In reaction to these terrible meteorological circumstances, the UAE’s National Emergency Crisis and Disaster Management Authority (NCEMA) has increased the national system’s preparation and preparedness to handle the crisis.

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