Air Canada Flights to be resumed to Delhi Soon

New Delhi, April 18: The Air Canada will resume its flight operation between Toronto and New Delhi from this year after a long gap following the visit of Prime Minister Narendra Modi to Canada.

The airline chief had met PM Modi during his visit and informed him that the Air Canada will resume its services in India by winter season this year.

The Air Canada flight operations in India were halted in 2005.

After Modi announced about the Visa on arrival facility to Canadian visitors, the Air Canada decided to expand its operation in India.

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