National carrier Air India, which flies 33 weekly flights from India to the United States, expects demand for seats in the sector to pick up in the summer vacation season.
Following the huge success of its late night flights from Bengaluru to Kochi and Ahmedabad, Air India is now all set to start this service to New Delhi.
The airline will offer one-way economy class promotional fare of `7,777 (all Inclusive) from both Delhi and Mumbai to Dubai for travel up to July 31.
The national carrier has set up a high-level inquiry to probe the junior woman pilot's sexual harassment complaint against the accused, who is holding a senior position of commander rank.
The anonymous letter, written to Air India MD Ashwani Lohani, highlighted the pending case against Pais and sought necessary action against him.
Currently, Air India operates two flights to Dubai: a B787 plane from Delhi and an Airbus A320 aircraft from Mumbai.
India-Dubai is considered one of the most lucrative sectors as demand is always very high on the route due to high business as well as leisure travel.
On Wednesday, the national carrier said that it has set up a high-level inquiry to probe a sexual harassment complaint filed against a commander by a woman pilots.
Air India spokesperson said that the woman pilot in her complaint to the airline's management stated that the accused asked her several inappropriate questions.
While six are fresh complaints, the rest are supplementary charge sheets to the main complaints filed in 2017 by the department against him.
The ED's plea said that Yasmin Kapoor was the beneficial owner of properties and entities acquired allegedly through proceeds of crime which were under investigation.
Air India has decided to sell the very last minutes inventory within three hours of departure at a "hefty discount," the airline said in a statement, without quantifying the discount.
Air India, which has accumulated a debt of close to Rs 50,000 crore, had first put up the leasehold rights of the land and the building up for sale last December. T
Air India's New York office transferred $300,000 to a bank account in Nigeria instead of remitting the sum to a US-based firm Pratt & Whitney for supplying spare parts.