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United Airlines has decided to resume the daily nonstop service

With Pakistan re-opening its airspace in the early hours of Tuesday, United Airlines has decided to resume the daily nonstop service between New York/Newark and Delhi and Mumbai on September 6, 2019 (eastbound).

“After reviewing and re-evaluating plans, our network operations and planning teams have determined that we will resume daily nonstop service between New York/Newark and Delhi and Mumbai on September 6, 2019 (eastbound). We are excited to get back to connecting our customers and employees between the U.S. and India in September, and we’re looking forward to starting brand new service between San Francisco and Delhi in December.

Our Customer Service team will be reaching out to customers who may have cancelled or rescheduled their travel in the last 24 hours with information about the newly announced service date and to offer new booking options.”

Effective Sept. 6 (to India) and Sept. 7 (from India)

New York/Newark – Mumbai (BOM)

  • EWR-BOM: Depart 2010 Arrive 2050 (next day)
  • BOM-EWR: Depart 2320 Arrive 0530 (next day)
  • Aircraft type: Boeing 777-300
  • Frequency: Daily (Year-round)

Effective Sept. 6 (to India) and Sept. 7 (from India)

New York/Newark – Delhi (DEL)

  • EWR-DEL: Depart 2205 Arrive 2130 (next day)
  • DEL-EWR: Depart 2335 Arrive 0455 (next day)
  • Aircraft type: Boeing 777-200
  • Frequency: Daily (Year-round)

Brand new service between San Francisco and Delhi begins Dec. 5

  • SFO-DEL: 1915-0045 (two days later)
  • DEL-SFO: 0350-0600 (same day)
  • Aircraft type: Boeing 787-9
  • Frequency: Daily (Seasonal)
  • Start Dates (unchanged): Dec 5 (To India) Dec 7 (From India)

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