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Air Canada to launch non-stop Toronto-Delhi service

Effective October 26, 2003, Air Canada will commence daily non-stop service between Toronto and Delhi. …

Effective October 26, 2003, Air Canada will commence daily non-stop service between Toronto and Delhi.

Flights will be operated using state-of-the-art 282-seat Airbus A340 aircraft featuring Air Canada`s recently redesigned premium Executive First service. To promote its new non-stop flights Air Canada is offering a special introductory fare until July 17, 2003 for travel until November 30, 2003 starting as low as $1,599.

We are delighted with the prospect of starting non-stop service to Delhi featuring a convenient schedule that offers travellers the option of same day connections to their final destination, said Senior Vice President, International & Alliances, Ross MacCormack.

This new route will create the only non-stop air link between North America and India providing our customers with the fastest elapsed time between Toronto and Delhi. With the added comfort of Executive First service and the possibility of convenient connecting flights, our new non-stop Delhi service will be particularly attractive to business travellers. This new service is consistent with our strategy to profitably redeploy aircraft while capitalizing on market opportunities.

Air Canada flight AC051 leaves Toronto at 17.15 and arrives in Delhi at 17.45 the next day with convenient connections to Mumbai (Bombay), Calcutta, Chennai (Madras), Bangalore and Colombo. From Delhi, AC052 leaves at 01.10 and arrives in Toronto at 06.10 the same day.

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