- Second daily service between London Heathrow and Delhi commences on 1st June 2022
- Coupled with its service from Mumbai, Virgin Atlantic will offer three daily flights from India making it the airline’s biggest flying programme ever to India
Virgin Atlantic has announced a new second daily service to Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International Airport, commencing on 1st June 2022.
The new flights to Delhi are now on sale. June onwards, the airline will offer a morning as well as a night departure from Delhi to London offering more choice to customers travelling for both business and leisure between India and UK’s capital cities. Together with Delta Air Lines, Virgin Atlantic will offer seamless connections between Delhi and the USA via Heathrow, some of the US destinations being New York JFK, Boston, Austin, Seattle and Atlanta.
The airline is also making some adjustments to its flying schedule to Mumbai from 27th March onwards. The flights from Mumbai will now have an afternoon departure arriving into London Heathrow in the evening. Virgin Atlantic offers a flexible booking policy allowing customers to amend their flights with no change fees all the way until 31st December 2023.
Alex McEwan – Country Manager South Asia at Virgin Atlantic, said:
“We are excited to offer customers even more choice this summer when flying to London Heathrow and beyond, with a double daily Delhi service, alongside our daily Mumbai service. This will be our largest ever flying programme to India, which is our third largest market globally. Customers can fly with confidence, knowing that our ‘Fly safe, fly well’ programme will take care of them throughout their journey. With fewer travel restrictions than at any other point during the pandemic, this is the perfect opportunity to book your trip.’’