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AI to start direct flights from Delhi to Washington, Copenhagen

Outlining its network expansion plans which include new flights and increase in frequencies to the existing domestic and international destinations, Air India on Monday said it expects to roll out non-stop services to Washington and Copenhagen from the national capital in next fiscal.

As part of this, Air India is expected to add two new international destinations –Washington and Copenhagen –and increase frequencies on domestic routes like Nagpur, Ahmedabad, Chandigarh and Leh by July, the airline said.

The state-run carrier had added 12 new flights in its domestic network while four flights were launched on international destinations in the previous year. As part of its international route network expansion plans, Air India is looking to launch its flight services to the Denmark capital Copenhagen from New Delhi in May, while the non-stop Delhi-Washington service is expected to take off in July, the airline said. 
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