United Airlines has confirmed that it will
resume daily nonstop flights between New York/Newark and Delhi and
Mumbai on 6 September 2019 (eastbound), and 7 September 2019
Tickets are now available for purchase.
"We are excited to get back to connecting our
customers and our employees to India as our teams prepare to
restart our daily service to both Delhi and Mumbai," said United's
Chief Commercial Officer Andrew Nocella. "We're looking forward to
beginning our third daily nonstop flight to India this December."
United has operated service between the United
States and India since 2005, and in December will become the only
U.S. airline to offer nonstop service between the U.S. West Coast
The new flight will connect customers from more than 80
U.S. cities to India with just one stop in San Francisco.
Seasonal service between San Francisco and
Delhi is scheduled to begin 5 December 2019, with Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner aircraft.
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