Air India reveals flight operations on Hyderabad-Washington path

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By IANS|Published: 08th July 2017

Air India reveals flight operations on Hyderabad-Washington path
Air India reveals flight operations on Hyderabad-Washington path

HYDERABAD: Air India on Saturday began a brand-new flight linking Washington with Hyderabad through Delhi.

GMR Hyderabad International Airport Ltd. (GHIAL), which runs Rajiv Gandhi International Airport (RGIA), Hyderabad, has actually revealed developing connection with Washington’s Dulles International Airport.

An Air India 104 will run on the path thrice a week. Washington is the 2nd city in the United States to be gotten in touch with Hyderabad after Chicago.

The United States is the biggest market for global travel to/from Hyderabad with over 675,000 yearly travelers, GHIAL stated in a declaration.

“As the entrance to south and main India, we are happy to include Washington to our worldwide network. This brand-new service will offer a practical choice of travel in between main and south India and Washington together with other close-by locations in the United States’ East Coast, which is the home of a big Indian diaspora specifically from Telangana and close-by areas,” stated GHIAL CEO S.G.K. Kishore.

The brand-new Air India flight will offer a problem-free and smooth experience, with travelers taking a trip from Washington having the ability to check-in their bags through to Hyderabad, and total migration and custom-mades procedures after their arrival at Hyderabad.

Those taking a trip from Hyderabad to Washington too will delight in comparable advantages through Air India’s current worldwide adapter flights from Hyderabad Airport, which will use smooth transfers onto the Washington flight at Delhi.

Krishore stated Hyderabad Airport would likewise quickly get gotten in touch with Sri Lanka offering an extra travel and tourist alternative to the guests.

Hyderabad Airport managed 15.24 million travelers in 2016-17, signing up a development of 22 percent in overall traveler traffic and 23 percent development in air traffic motion over previous fiscal year.

The airport links 17 global locations with 15 foreign and 3 Indian providers and 10 domestic providers link Hyderabad with 35 domestic locations.