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Air India announces non-stop flights between Kolkata, Bangkok from October 23 Air India X page
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Air India announces non-stop flights between Kolkata, Bangkok from October 23

India Blooms News Service | @indiablooms | 04 Oct 2023, 05:29 pm

Airlines major Air India will introduce a non-stop service between Kolkata and Bangkok starting October 23.

Launched during the festive season in Kolkata, this new flight will cater to the need for a convenient direct connection between the two cities.

AI322 will depart Kolkata at 2200 hrs to reach Bangkok at 0205 hrs the next morning.

The return flight AI321 will take off from Bangkok at 0305 hrs to land in Kolkata at 0410 hrs (All Local Time). 

The flight, operated with a narrowbody Airbus family aircraft, will have a two-class configuration of Economy and Business Class and operate six days a week from Monday to Saturday.

Besides lending a boost to tourism and trade in the two cities, the direct service to Bangkok will offer a unique opportunity to Air India passengers to take convenient connections via Bangkok to and from 10 popular destinations in Thailand, Laos, and Cambodia on the network of Bangkok Airways, with whom Air India enjoys an interline partnership with seamless connections beyond Bangkok.

Air India currently operates a total of 14 flights to Bangkok per week with daily non-stop flights from Delhi and Mumbai connecting the destination.

Building a more robust network is a key element of Air India’s transformation journey and the new launch is in line with the airline’s commitment to expand connectivity and enhance frequency on its domestic and international sectors as it keeps augmenting the fleet with new aircraft. Air India also operates over 13 daily flights between Delhi/Mumbai and Bangkok.

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