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Air India Announces Delhi-Dhaka Direct Flights From 15 September

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Air India, India’s largest global carrier and a Star Alliance member, announced today non-stop flights between Delhi and Dhaka, offering greater convenience and comfort to travelers flying between India’s and Bangladesh’s main cities.

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Air India will operate four weekly flights between the two cities beginning September 15, 2023, utilizing Airbus A320 aircraft. Air India now operates three weekly flights from Kolkata to Dhaka. The increased frequency will assist in meeting the rising demand for international travel to and from Dhaka as a result of the country’s rapid economic growth and general development.

Air India flight AI237 will depart Delhi at 1755hrs and arrive in Dhaka at 2045hrs. The return flight AI238 will depart Dhaka at 2145hrs and arrive in Delhi at 2350hrs. All times are in the local time zone. Bookings for the flights will be available through all channels today, including Air India‘s website (www.airindia.com), mobile app, and travel agencies (including online travel agents).

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Air India now offers four additional weekly flights from Delhi to Dhaka, allowing seamless connections to and from 14 cities in India as well as 14 destinations in North America, the United Kingdom, Australia, the Middle East, and the Far East.

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