Air India is set to resume operations on Delhi- Sydney-Delhi route next month.
The Indian airline has announced that the flights will resume from 15 November.
“Air India is set to resume operations on Delhi- Sydney-Delhi sector with a thrice-a-week service from 15 November ’21,” Air India tweeted.
“Bookings open from 1200 hrs IST today through Air India Website, Booking Offices, Call Centre & our Authorised Travel Agents.”
Australian airlines Qantas has also said it will start a Sydney-Delhi flight in December.
In addition, Qantas will launch a new service to New Delhi on 6 December. This will be the first time the airline has flown to the Indian city in almost a decade.
“Australians rolling up their sleeves means our planes and our people are getting back to work much earlier than we expected,” Qantas chief executive Alan Joyce said at a press conference at Sydney Airport with prime minister Scott Morrison and NSW premier Dominic Perrottet on Friday morning.
“This is the best news we’ve had in almost two years, and it will make a massive difference to thousands of our people who finally get to fly again.”
The airlines has flights from Sydney to New York and London scheduled from 1 November.
It will launch flights from Sydney to Fiji from 7 December (previously 19 December) to Johannesburg on 5 January (formerly March), Bangkok on 14 January (instead of March) and Jetstar flight to Phuket on 12 January (more than two months earlier).
Other destinations such as Japan, Canada and New Zealand will resume from December 18 or 19.