This Airlines Starting Delhi-Chicago Non-Stop Daily Flights; Bengaluru-San Francisco Next!
Good news coming in for those passengers, who need to travel to the US frequently from India.
United Airlines will start non-stop Delhi to Chicago direct flight, along with direct flight between Bengaluru and San Francisco and Seattle.
More details here.
United Airlines Will Launch Direct, Non-Stop Flights B/w US and India
Starting December, 2020, United Airlines will start direct, non-stop flight between New Delhi and Chicago.
And in spring of 2021 (between March and June), they will start direct, non-stop flights, daily flights between Bengaluru and San Francisco.
And sometime in the late 2021, a direct, daily flight between Bengaluru and Seattle as well. Infact, Bengaluru-Seattle flight was supposed to start from 2020, but due to the coronavirus impact, the plan got delayed.
This way, United Airlines will beat other prominent airlines like American Airlines to start such a direct, daily and non-stop flight between South India and America.
In a statement, United Airlines said, “United has served India with non-stop service for 15 years and now builds on its existing service to Delhi and Mumbai with two new routes. Beginning December 2020, United will introduce new non-stop service between Chicago and Delhi and, for the first time ever, United customers will be able to travel non-stop between San Francisco and Bengaluru starting spring 2021,”
United Airlines Has New Plans For International Flights
Before the pandemic, United Airlines already had a daily flight between Delhi-Newark, and Mumbai-Newark. But now, since all international flights are shutdown, United Airlines is operarting few flights between Delhi and New York as part of the air bubble.
But it seems that United Airlines have some solid plans for the next year, on a global level.
Besides India, United Airlines is also targeting Africa nations such as Kenya, Lagos, Nigeria, from where they will start daily, non-stop flights to the big cities of America.
We will keep you updated, as more details come in