New Delhi: National carrier Air India will be flying 12 international flights and over 40 domestic flights with an all-women crew to mark International Women’s Day on Friday.
Air India is set to fly 12 all-women crew flights on its medium and long-haul international routes and over 40 return domestic and short-haul flights all over India.
Air India has deployed its B787 Dreamliners and B777s aircraft to operate to 12 international medium and long-haul flights solely operated by women pilots and attended by women cabin crew.
The international sectors that will have the all-women crew on its flights on March 8 are Delhi-Sydney, Mumbai-London, Delhi-Rome, Delhi-London, Mumbai-Delhi-Shanghai, Delhi-Paris, Mumbai-New York, Mumbai-New York, Delhi-New York, Delhi-Washington, Delhi-Chicago and Delhi-San Francisco.
Women pilots and cabin crew will be operating Airbus family aircraft as well as Dreamliners to over 40 domestic destinations and back to commemorate the occasion.