Air India to operate the Boeing 747-400 on two domestic routes in June

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Air India, with the demise of Jet Airways, is scheduling the Boeing 747-400 on two mainline domestic routes from Delhi during the month of June.

According to Airline Route, the carrier will assign the Jumbo to two daily routes from Delhi; Kolkata and Mumbai, starting on June 1.

The Boeing 747-400 fleet is now down to only four aircraft.

The type is also operated on high-density Hajj pilgrimage charters, mainly between  government charters.

Air India has not indicated when it plans to retire the last four aircraft.

Copyright Photo: Air India Boeing 747-4H6 VT-AIS (msn 25703) FRA (Bernhard Ross). Image: 900249.

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