Linking the Indian capital to West Coast and the tech hub in Silicon Valley, Air India is poised to start a non-stop direct flight from New Delhi to San Francisco on December 2. In his address to the Indian diaspora in San Jose in September, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has unveiled the plan to for the direct flight, which should enhance tourist and business flows between India and the Silicon Valley tech hub.
The San Francisco airport has also announced a contest that invites participants to answer five trivia questions about Air India and their new service at the San Francisco International Airport (SFO). The participants will have a chance to win round-trip economy tickets on Air India to New Delhi. The flight will initially operate thrice a week on Sundays, Wednesdays, and Fridays.
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