New Delhi, Dec 30 (IANS) National passenger carrier Air India on Wednesday announced that it will increase the frequency of its flights between Dehradun and New Delhi from January 1, next year.
According to the flag carrier, it will operate a second flight to Dehradun from New Delhi on a 70-seater CRJ-700 aircraft. The new service will be operated three days a week on Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Currently, the airline operates a daily flight service between the two cities on an ATR aircraft.
On the international sector, the airline announced that it will operate its flights on the Kochi-Dubai-Kochi sector instead of Kochi-Sharjah-Kochi route with effect from January 11 next.