Air India has decided to use its empty aircraft returning from necessary checks at MRO facility, as an additional flight to Mumbai on November 10. Accordingly, Air India will be operating non-scheduled, revenue flights, from and to Nagpur as and when the aircraft comes for periodical checks to Nagpur MRO.
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As announced by Air India CMD Ashwini Lohani recently in Nagpur, an Airbus 320 aircraft after checks at MRO left for Delhi on Monday with passengers. Due to heavy demand, the Air India will operate an additional non-scheduled commercial flight with B-777 aircraft, AI-1630 Nagpur to Mumbai on November 10 which will depart at 4 PM with very competitive fares of Rs 2,731 onwards for economy class.
Seats are also available in business class and first class at competitive special fares. The airline already got bookings as soon as the tickets went up for sale, according to a release from Air India, Nagpur, station manager Alice Paul.
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