Air India first flight over the North Pole from Delhi to San Francisco on August 15
Air India will soon become the first Indian airline to fly over the North Pole which connects New Delhi and North America.
The inaugural flight over the Polar region will take flight on the nation’s Independence Day, August 15, 2019 and first flight will fly from New Delhi to San Francisco.
According to the airline, passengers will benefit from the reduced flight times, the airline by conserving fuel, reduce travel times, improve aircraft utility and reduce carbon emission.
Currently, the route that the New Delhi to San Francisco flight takes goes over Bangladesh, Myanmar, China and Japan before crossing the Pacific Ocean to enter the United States of America.
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