Virgin Atlantic (VS) has reinstated its London Heathrow-Mumbai (LHR-BOM) service four years after exiting the Indian route. The UK carrier dropped the sector due to worsening economic conditions in its home market. With the British economy starting to grow again and India continuing to boom, spokeswoman Fay Burgin said the time was right to re-start services. The decision was influenced by the success of VS’s daily LHR-Delhi (DEL) service in recent years: “Demand for our ...

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