Air India East Asia network changes from mid-Sep 2019

Air India from mid-September 2019 is re-organizing its network in East Asia, including the cancellation of 5th freedom rights beyond Hong Kong.

Delhi – Hong Kong – Osaka Kansai eff 17SEP19 3 weekly Hong Kong – Osaka Kansai sector cancelled
Delhi – Hong Kong – Seoul Incheon eff 18SEP19 4 weekly Hong Kong – Seoul Incheon sector cancelled
Delhi – Hong Kong eff 18SEP19 7 weekly service remains unchanged, however Hong Kong departure moves to morning hours instead of evening
AI314 DEL2305 – 0650+1HKG 788 135
AI310 DEL2305 – 0650+1HKG 788 x135

AI315 HKG0805 – 1130DEL 788 246
AI317 HKG0805 – 1130DEL 788 x246

Delhi – Seoul Incheon eff 19SEP19 New 4 weekly non-stop service, replacing 1-stop via Hong Kong
AI312 DEL0020 – 0950ICN 788 x357
AI313 ICN1205 – 1635DEL 788 x357

Mumbai – Hong Kong eff 19SEP19 New nonstop service, 1 daily
AI316 BOM0835 – 1650HKG 788 D
AI311 HKG1805 – 0115+1BOM 788 D

All changes listed above is listed until 27OCT19. Hong Kong – Osaka Kansai and Hong Kong – Seoul Incheon sector is closed for reservation on/after 28OCT19.

Separately, the airline further delayed planned service resumption of 2nd daily Delhi – Singapore AI382/383 service, now scheduled from 01OCT19, instead of 01JUL19. A321 operates this flight.


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