Air India Cancels Delhi-Moscow Flight
New Delhi: Air India has cancelled its Delhi-Moscow flight, according to reports.
The Russian embassy on Wednesday said Air India had stopped selling tickets on the Delhi-Moscow-Delhi route.
“Dear fellow citizens. We draw your attention that the Indian airline Air India has stopped selling tickets on the Delhi-Moscow-Delhi route, the prospects for resuming flights of this airline to Russia are uncertain at the moment. According to Air India office, passengers are entitled to the full refund for the cancelled flights,” the Russian embassy said in a statement on its Telegram channel, according to state-run news agency TASS.
The Russian embassy said it was still possible to fly to Moscow from Delhi using transit routes through Tashkent, Istanbul, Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Doha and other destinations.
Air India was so far operating flights to Moscow since the war between Russia and Ukraine started on February 24.
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