Air India, now controlled by Tata Group, has stopped selling tickets on the Delhi-Moscow-Delhi route
Air India flight file photo: PTI
New Delhi: Air India has canceled flights from Delhi to Moscow which operated between India and Russia twice a week. “The outlook for the resumption of flights by this airline to Russia is uncertain at this time,” the Russian Embassy said.
A report by NDTV mentioned its sources saying that Air India has canceled its twice weekly flight from Delhi to Moscow after it was unable to secure insurance coverage due to the increased threat perception account. given the ongoing Russian invasion of Ukraine.
For the uninitiated, Russia has started a full-scale invasion of Ukraine since February 24, 2022.
A report by the Russian TASS news agency said that the Russian Embassy in India in its Telegram channel said that Air India, which is India’s national carrier and now controlled by the Tata Group, has stopped selling planes. tickets on the Delhi-Moscow-Delhi route.
In its statement, the Russian Embassy also informed that “passengers are entitled to full reimbursement for canceled flights”.
The embassy also said it would now only be possible to fly using transit routes from India and Russia via Tashkent, Istanbul, Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Doha and other destinations.
Air India has so far said nothing about this development.
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