From March 27, Air India flight Al 629/630 Mumbai-Nagpur-Mumbai, which operates out of Dr International Babasaheb Ambedkar Airport, has been suspended.
It was previously stated that it would begin after six months, but now it has been revealed that it will begin in June.
At 8.35 p.m., AI 629 Mumbai-Nagpur arrives in Nagpur, while at 9.10 p.m., AI 630 Nagpur-Mumbai departs for Mumbai. At the Nagpur level, Air India’s setup is changing at a rapid pace. Air India’s booking office will only operate from the airport counter as of today. Following that, by the end of April, all other Civil Lines offices will be relocated to the airport.
Air India is rapidly expanding its fleet following its takeover by the Tata Group. The airline plans to purchase roughly 30 Airbus A350 aircraft in the near future.
The widebody airliner has a range of 14,000 kilometers and can carry 400 people. Due to a mainly carbon fibre reinforced polymer wing and General Electric GEnx-72A1 engines, the plane is 10% more fuel efficient.