Tuesday, November 19, 2019

Virgin Atlantic reinforces Indian network with summer schedule

Virgin Atlantic is adding a second daily frequency to Delhi to further beef up its Indian network from London Heathrow, as part of a summer schedule in which it will also deploy its new A350 across four more routes.
The UK carrier last summer moved to restore its own flights from Heathrow to Mumbai after the collapse of Indian carrier Jet Airways, with which Virgin had been codesharing.
It has today detailed plans to add a second daily Heathrow-Delhi service from the start of the summer timetable on 29 March 2020.
Prior to its collapse Jet Airways operated thrice-daily services to Heathrow from Mumbai, and a daily connection from Delhi. British Airways has also added an additional frequency to its Mumbai service since the grounding of Jet.
Virgin is also adding a new weekly flight to San Francisco from Heathrow, taking its frequency on the route to double-daily. The airline will debut its new A350 on the route from May 2020.
19/11/19 Graham Dunn/FlightGlobal

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