British full service carrier Virgin Atlantic will start operating between New Delhi, Mumbai and London from 2 September, the airline said in a statement on Monday.
The latest announcement by the airline comes even as the Indian government is yet to announce dates for the resumption of international flights.
Apart from New Delhi and Mumbai, the airline is also set to operate to destinations like New York, Los Angeles, Hong Kong from London during July, and to destinations like Tel Aviv, San Francisco and Barbados during August.
“As countries around the world begin to relax travel restrictions, we look forward to welcoming our customers back onboard and flying them safely to many destinations across our network. From 20th July we will resume services to New York, Los Angeles and Hong Kong then from 1st August onwards, we will resume passenger flying to 17 additional destinations around the world including Delhi, Mumbai and Tel Aviv,” Virgin Atlantic’s chief commercial official Juha Jarvinen said in a statement.