Air India to launch direct Kolkata-Bangkok flights on Oct 23

Air India to launch direct Kolkata-Bangkok flights on Oct 23

Air India is gearing up to provide travelers with a hassle-free, non-stop air link between Kolkata and Bangkok, starting from October 23. Timed perfectly for the festive season in Kolkata, this new flight route for Kolkata-Bangkok flights is designed to fulfill the growing demand for a convenient and direct connection between these two vibrant cities.

This exciting service will be available six days a week, operating from Monday through Friday. Departing as Flight AI-322, the aircraft will take off from Kolkata at 10:00 PM local time, touching down in Bangkok at 2:05 AM local time the following day. The return journey, Flight AI321, will depart Bangkok at 3:05 AM, arriving in Kolkata at 4:10 AM.

Air India will employ a narrow-body Airbus aircraft for this route, featuring a two-class configuration comprising business and economy classes. This ensures a comfortable and pleasurable travel experience for passengers.

What makes this direct service even more enticing is its potential to open doors for Air India travelers to seamlessly connect through Bangkok to 10 popular destinations in Thailand, Laos, and Cambodia. This extensive network is made possible through Air India’s interline partnership with Bangkok Airways, guaranteeing convenient connections beyond Bangkok.

Currently, Air India operates a total of 14 weekly flights to Bangkok, including daily non-stop flights from Delhi and Mumbai. These routes enhance connectivity options, making it easier for travelers to reach their destinations efficiently.

About Air India:

Air India, headquartered in New Delhi, serves as India’s national airline and is now under the ownership of Talace Private Limited, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Tata Sons, following the successful sale by the Government of India, the former owner of Air India Limited.

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