Air India, which is now managed by the Tata Group, has stopped promoting tickets on the Delhi-Moscow-Delhi route
New Delhi: Air India has cancelled flights from Delhi to Moscow which used to function between India and Russia twice every week. “The prospect fore resuming flights of this airline to Russia are uncertain at the moment,” the Russian embassy stated.
A report by NDTV talked about its sources saying that Air India has cancelled its twice-a-week flight from Delhi to Moscow after being unable to safe insurance coverage protection because of the improve in risk notion contemplating the continuing Russian invasion of Ukraine.
For the unversed, Russia started full scale invasion of Ukraine since 24 February 2022.
A report by Russian information company TASS stated Russian embassy in India in its Telegram channel acknowledged that Air India, which is the Indian flag provider and now managed by the Tata Group, has stopped promoting tickets on the Delhi-Moscow-Delhi route.
Through its assertion, the Russian embassy additionally knowledgeable that “passengers are entitled to the fill refund of the cancelled flights.”
The embassy additionally stated that it’ll now solely be doable to fly utilizing transit routes from India and Russia by Tashkent, Istanbul, Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Doha and different locations.
Air India has not stated something to date on this growth.
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