Qantas adds more India flights

Wednesday, Nov 24, 2021 0

Melbourne will get a direct air link to New Delhi for the first time. Qantas announced a new route between the Vic capital and New Delhi alongside a new service from Sydney starting next month.

CEO Alan Joyce expects the Melbourne route to do well, given the ‘unbelievable’ volume of bookings on the new Sydney-Delhi service.

The flights will be the first to India for nearly a decade. "We think demand is going to be quite substantial," Joyce said.

 

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