Air India to start daily flights from Mumbai to New York

Business travelers who frequently fly between New York and Mumbai may have a more luxurious and relaxing trip next time.

Air India recently announced that on October 31, all of the airline's flights from North America will be non-stop. The service includes daily flights from New York's JFK Airport and Chicago's O'Hare Airport to Delhi, and daily flights from Newark to Mumbai.

All of Air India's flights to the U.S. use the newest Boeing 777 aircraft, which features luxurious offerings for passengers in first and business classes.

The airline's business or executive class features flat beds with privacy partitions along with a 15.4 inch LCD screen that features in-flight entertainment. First class passengers will be treated to private suites with flat beds that feature a built in massage system and a 23 inch TV screen.

“Our changeover to all non-stop service is a vital part of Air India’s ongoing response to the sharp increase in both leisure and business travel to India from U.S. and Canada,” commented Mrs. Chitra Sarkar, Air India’s Executive Director for the Americas. “Now, along with our world class in-flight service, we can offer our passengers the fastest flights to India, as well as the most convenient service to their final destinations in India.”

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