Air India will start using Dreamliners on routes from Delhi to Hong Kong, Seoul and Osaka later this month.
On June 25, an Air India B787 will begin operating the Delhi–Hong Kong–Seoul route, and from June 26 the model will also be used for the Delhi–Hong Kong–Osaka service.
The carrier flies Delhi to Seoul via Hong Kong four times a week – on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday. The service departs the Indian city at 2315, arriving in Hong Kong at 0650+1, leaving again at 0805 for a 1230 touch down in Korea. The return leg takes off at 1415, landing in Hong Kong at 1650, departing again at 1805 and arriving back in India at 2110.