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After a few years break we will be returning to Mumbai with a new daily flight from London Heathrow, offering connections from India to US cities including New York, Boston, Chicago and Washington.
The first flight will launch on the 28 October 2012 with a 10:15am departure time from Heathrow and a 03:10am departure from Mumbai. The airline will commence this service with Airbus A330 aircraft which will have 33 Upper Class seats, 48 Premium Economy seats and 185 Economy seats, offering the best customer experience on the route.
After facing thinning profit margins the airline announced withdrawal of its services from Mumbai about three years ago and is now re-launching its services with Virgin Atlantic flights to Mumbai. President, Virgin Atlantic Airways, Sir Richard Branson said, “Virgin Atlantic is proud to be flying to Mumbai again, linking this wonderful city to our key destinations of London, New York, Boston and Washington. India’s phenomenal growth continues to drive travel to the UK and the USA and we know our passengers are going to love the connections the new flight offers.”
Virgin Atlantic is passionate about offering a unique service to our customers and we’ll continue to offer Indian entertainment and delicacies onboard.
Flights to Mumbai with Virgin Atlantic are now available to book. Fly to Mumbai with Virgin Atlantic for the experience of a lifetime. From the Gateway of India to the hustle and bustle of Fashion Street market – there’s a wide range of sights with something for everyone. Jump in a taxi or on a train, or take one of the many tours on offer to explore this vibrant city. Why not take the Mumbai City Highlights tour to see the best bits of the city or get up close to some big cats on the lion and tiger safari in the Sanjay Gandhi National Park?
You can also book a flight to Mumbai, as well as earn miles, with the Virgin Atlantic partner airline Jet Airways – operating more than 350 flights daily across more than 40 destinations throughout India.