Several more international destinations will become available to Indian tourists in the coming weeks as airlines introduce new routes and flights. You can choose from a comprehensive range of countries from Minsk to Nairobi and Tbilisi for your next holiday.
Delhi to Minsk
On August 11, Belarus' national airline, Belavia, will launch its first direct route from Minsk to Delhi. On Fridays, the flight will leave from Minsk, while on Saturdays, it will depart from Delhi. Beginning on Wednesdays from Minsk and Thursdays from Delhi, a second weekly flight will be added as of September 20.
Delhi to Cairo
Egyptair has increased its footprint in India by establishing a new route connecting Cairo and New Delhi. The airline has begun operating flights from New Delhi's Indira Gandhi International Airport (DEL) and daily flights between Mumbai and Cairo. The airline uses one of its two-class Airbus A320neo aircraft to fly four times a week between Delhi and Cairo. And it also operates daily out of Mumbai's Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport (BOM).
Kochi to Ho Chi Minh
The first-ever direct trip from Kochi, in Kerala, to Ho Chi Minh City, in Vietnam, is being offered by the Vietnamese airline Vietjet Air from August 12. Four weekly flights will depart on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays. The nonstop 5 hours and 20 minutes flight will leave from Kochi at 11.50 IST and Ho Chi Minh City at 7.20 ICT.
Delhi to Tbilisi
IndiGo began direct tri-weekly flights from Delhi to Tbilisi on August 8. The five-hour nonstop flights will depart from Delhi at 8.10pm IST and arrive in Tbilisi at 11.45pm GET twice a week.
Mumbai To Nairobi
A daily non-stop service between Mumbai and Nairobi, the capital of Kenya, was introduced by IndiGo on August 5. This will be their first flight to Africa, connecting Mumbai with Nairobi on a direct route. The six-hour flight will run daily and take off from Mumbai at 2.10am IST and from Nairobi at 6.40am EAT. The flight caters to both business and leisure travellers.
Mumbai to Jakarta
On August 8, Indigo launched its first direct route to Jakarta, Indonesia. With the launch, IndiGo became the sole Indian carrier operating flights between Mumbai, India's financial centre, and Jakarta.