Starting from October 28, Air Italy will be launching non-stop flight services between Milan and Delhi. The new flights will be operated five times a week.
Flight Schedules are:
|Flight No.||Departure||Arrival||Time of departure||Time of arrival||Days of operation|
|IG 955||Milan Malpensa||Delhi||1600||0400(+1)||Daily except Wednesday and Saturday|
|IG 956||Delhi||Milan Malpensa||0600||1030||Daily except Thursday and Sunday|
Air Italy will be deploying its Airbus A330-200 on this route.
Following this new addition, the airlines aims to promote connectivity between its primary hub Milan Malpensa and other international destinations around the world.
Neil Mills, chief operating officer, Air Italy said, “With our new flights serving Delhi, we are proud to invest in one of the most fascinating and dynamic destinations in Asia.
“The addition of our routes to Delhi and Mumbai next October will ensure that Air Italy will become the largest airline in terms of non-stop flights between Italy and India.”