Spreading wings to further expand its global reach, Air India resumed its non-stop service on the Delhi-Copenhagen-Delhi sector from March 1, 2023.
Air India Flight AI157 now operates on Wednesdays, Fridays, and Sundays from Delhi, taking off at 1330 Hrs and arriving in Copenhagen at 1750 Hrs (local time). The CPH-DEL flight AI158 will depart at 1950 Hrs (local time) and arrive in Delhi at 0740 Hrs, next day (local time). The flight will be operated by Air India’s state-of-the-art Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner aircraft, featuring a two-class cabin configuration, comprising 18 Business Class and 236 Economy Class seats. With this service, Air India’s India-Europe frequency has increased to 79 non-stop flights per week.
Recommencing after a hiatus of almost three years, since global flight operations were restricted due to the outbreak of the pandemic, this service will further strengthen Air India’s foothold in Europe, after the recently resumed flights to Vienna and Milan. Passengers can now conveniently fly non-stop to Copenhagen, a popular tourism and business centre and an educational hub of Europe. It is one of the most alluring Scandinavian destinations, known for its scenic beauty, architecture, and cultural history.
This service will provide Indian travellers with convenient access to not only Copenhagen but also to several popular destinations around Copenhagen, including Denmark, Sweden, Norway and Finland Besides catering to the demand of the corporate travellers, the student community and the Indian diaspora in general will benefit from this service.
Nipun Aggarwal, Chief Commercial and Transformation Officer, Air India, said, “A key element of Air India’s Vihaan.AI transformation is considerably improving connectivity between India’s major cities and major global destinations. Resuming this non-stop service from Delhi to Copenhagen, following the relaunch of the flights between Delhi and Vienna, affirms our commitment to develop a major international hub in India’s capital.”