NITN | @notintownlive | 23 Oct 2021, 03:21 am
New Delhi/NITN: Australian airline, Qantas, recently announced that it is planning to introduce an all-new route to Delhi (India) before the end of the year.
Hello Delhi! For the first time in almost a decade, we’re flying direct to India. Flights from Sydney to Delhi take off before Christmas.— Qantas (@Qantas) October 21, 2021
Currently, the airline is preparing to restart its international flights.
According to the airline, they will restart flights to Los Angeles and London (Heathrow) from November 1, and also launch flights to Singapore, Fiji, Vancouver, Tokyo, and Honolulu, soon.
Qantas is expected to start with three weekly flights between Delhi and Sydney from December 6, this year, according to media reports.
Flights from Sydney to Delhi will operate via Darwin and flights from Delhi to Sydney will operate non-stop, a release from the company said.
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