New Delhi: British Airways on Tuesday said that it has increased flights between India and the UK flight services have been increased from 10 to 20 per week.The airline said that the decision came after the UK government moved India to “amber list” and the Indian government allowed UK carriers to operate additional flights, increasing the weekly cap from 15 to 34 per week.British Airways will now operate 20 direct return flights across Delhi, Mumbai, Bengaluru and Hyderabad to London, Heathrow.
“It is wonderful to see connections between India and London being restored after months of uncertainty caused by the global pandemic. These additional new flights will allow our Indian customers, who have waited so patiently, to reunite with their loved ones. The flights also provide new travel options for Indian students wishing to travel to the UK and beyond for further studies, ahead of the start of a new academic year.”
For a smooth journey, passengers can download Verifly app before departing to London. The app allows the customers to combine their travel verification documents and Covid-19 test results in one place and confirms their eligibility with a few steps.