In an exciting development for local business and tourists, North America’s best-connected international airport is expanding its global reach. Last September, Air India re-launched direct service from Toronto Pearson to Delhi. Starting at three flights per week, the service was such a success that it will begin flying daily starting March 29th. This will provide passengers with even more options to reach their travel destination.
Passengers who have tried the new service so far have been pleased with the comfort and convenience of boarding a direct flight. Air India previously operated direct Toronto-Delhi flights until 2012, and the service has been clearly missed. With the new launch, Air India offers competitive prices, a generous baggage allowance, and the opportunity to sample tasty Indian meals on board.
Toronto is the largest city and financial capital of Canada, and Toronto Pearson is the country’s largest airport. The recent service expansion connects passengers here with the centre of commerce and business in India, as well as an increasingly popular tourism destination. The service launch is part of the airport’s goal to connect Canadians to new global destinations and offer consumers greater choice.
The Indian Minister of Civil Aviation, the Hon. Hardeep Singh Puri, and Air India’s Chairman, Shri Ashwani Lohani, attended the launch event for the service last year. Both spoke highly of the benefits of direct flight connections to the business capitals of both Canada and India.
Direct flights are available for booking now, and will take approximately fourteen hours each way. For more info: airindia.in