Air Canada to resume India flights starting Oct. 1
July 25, 2019: Air Canada will resume its daily, non-stop Toronto-Delhi flights on October 1 (eastbound) and October 3 (westbound).
July 25, 2019: Air Canada will resume its daily, non-stop Toronto-Delhi flights on October 1 (eastbound) and October 3 (westbound). The Toronto-Delhi flights will be operated initially with Boeing 787 Dreamliners. From October 27, additional capacity will be added to this route with the 400-seat Boeing 777-300ER aircraft.
Just in time for Diwali celebrations, we’re resuming our daily non-stop Toronto flights to @DelhiAirport on Oct. 1. Plus our YVR-Delhi flights return to their normal schedule and our seasonal Mumbai flights start again soon. More info at #ACMedia: https://t.co/1qCqcdLTWF pic.twitter.com/ooNFhZWJ0H— Air Canada (@AirCanada) July 23, 2019
"We are very pleased to resume our daily, non-stop Toronto-Delhi flights in time for Diwali celebrations, and with additional capacity going forward to meet expected demand. With our Delhi flights returning to normal together with our seasonal return to Mumbai for fall firmly demonstrating our long term commitment to this vibrant market, we look forward to operating our full schedule to India," said Mark Galardo, vice president, network planning at Air Canada.
Air Canada will operate its Boeing 777-200LR aircraft for the seasonal Toronto-Mumbai flights four times weekly from October 27 until March 28, 2020.
Air Canada will have up to 18 weekly flights connecting a number of cities in North America to Delhi from both Toronto and Vancouver, and to Mumbai from Toronto.