UK-based Virgin Atlantic on Thursday mentioned it would launch companies from Delhi and Mumbai to Manchester.
“Flying thrice every week from Mumbai to Manchester starting in December and twice weekly from Delhi beginning in January, these new companies will go on sale on 20th October and can complement the airline’s current companies from Mumbai and Delhi to London-Heathrow,” the corporate mentioned in an announcement.
“These new companies will open up over 130,000 seats between India and Manchester and intention to answer the big, fast-growing demand to go to associates and kin in addition to capturing demand for enterprise and leisure journey to the area as international economies progressively get well from the affect of the Covid-19 pandemic.”
In addition to flying prospects, Virgin Atlantic mentioned it would supply cargo service presenting new alternatives for corporations seeking to export and import items equivalent to recent produce, prescribed drugs and textiles between prime markets within the UK, the US and India.
The airline restarted passenger flights from India on September 2 after a five-month hiatus as a result of Covid-19.