Air India flies into record books with operate by all-women crew


NEW DELHI: In a quest to set another world record, Air India has worked a flight the world over with an all-ladies group in ahead of International Women’s Day.

The flight which departed from Delhi on February 27 for San Francisco, came back to the Indira Gandhi International air terminal on Friday subsequent to flying over the globe.

The airline, a Boeing 777-200LR, flew over the Pacific a week ago on its voyage to San Francisco, while the arrival flight flew over the Atlantic, circling the globe.

An Air India representative said the airline has officially connected for a Guinness World Record and Limca Book of Records for this accomplishment.

Air India is the main Indian carrier to work on the Pacific course which has decreased the flying time by up to three hours.

Aside from the cockpit and cabin crew, registration and ground dealing with staff, and engineers who guaranteed the airplane were also women, Air India said.

It included that the Air Traffic Controllers who cleared the flight and landing of the air ship were likewise ladies.

As a major aspect of the celebration on International Women’s Day which is seen on March 8 consistently, the banner bearer has likewise chosen to work comparable flights on its residential and other international routes.