Air India has resumed service to Australia, becoming the first airline to operate Boeing 787 passenger service to Australia. The airline will use the 787 to operate a daily service from Delhi, on a triangular routing, serving Sydney and Melbourne. The carrier will offer 4X-weekly nonstop services to Sydney and 3X-weekly nonstop services to Melbourne. Sydney Airport CEO Kerrie Mather welcomed the service to Australia, calling India Australia’s largest unserved market. Air India ...

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