British premier carrier Virgin Atlantic on Thursday announced the resumption of its flight services to Delhi and Mumbai from London Heathrow, under the air bubble pact, starting September 2.
Virgin Atlantic plans to operate three flights a week from Delhi to London Heathrow from September 2, while Mumbai services are planned to re-commence from September 17 with four flights per week, the airline said in a release.
Both the destinations will provide connections to New York JFK and will operate on 787-9 Dreamliner, it said.
The flights to the two destinations in India from London are being resumed under the air bubble pact between the UK and Indian governments, it said.
An air bubble is a bilateral arrangement with a set of regulations and restrictions, in which the carriers of the two countries can operate international flights.