Air India Launches Service from Dulles to DelhiOctober 20, 2009 By: Travel Agent Central Contributor
Air India announced the launch of its daily service from Washington D.C.’s Dulles to Delhi with new Boeing 777LRs, effective December 1. The flights will depart from Washington at 12:10 P.M., stop en-route at New York’s JFK Airport, and continue nonstop to Delhi, arriving at 4:45 P.M. the following afternoon. Continuing service is offered to Kolkata. Passengers bound for Mumbai will be able to transfer at JFK to the carrier’s evening, nonnstop JFK-Mumbai flight.
All of the flights from Washington offer a choice of Economy, Executive and First Class service. Economy Class seats feature a 34-inch seat pitch, therapeutic footrest, and 10.6 inch, built-in LCD monitor. Executive Class passengers enjoy flat beds, a 76-inch seat pitch, a privacy partition, and 15.4-inch LCD screen. First Class cabins include flat bed compartments with a built-in massage system, buddy seat, a 23-inch LCD screen, and 80-inch seat pitch.
Other amenities onboard Air India’s Boeing 777s include personal entertainment systems with nearly 400 hours of individual, on-demand audio/visual entertainment, USB ports, laptop connectivity, and satellite telephone service in every cabin. Topping the list of most popular features is the choice of award-winning Indian or Continental cuisine and complimentary liquor service in all classes.
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Call 1-800-255-3191 or visit www.airindia.com.