Women cockpit crew of Air India are preparing to create history once again.
Women cockpit crew of Air India are preparing to create history once again. An Air India flight, which will have only female cockpit crew, will take its first flight from San Francisco to Bangalore (Bangalore) on Saturday. This flight will reach Bangalore via Antalantic via the North Pole. The air distance between San Francisco and Bangalore is considered to be the highest in the world. Civil Aviation Minister Hardeep Singh Puri gave this information by tweeting.
Aviation minister gave this information by aviation minister
Civil Aviation Minister Hardeep tweeted that the only female-based cockpit driver of Captain Zoya Agarwal, Capt P Thanamai, Capt Akanksha Sonawre and Capt Shivani Manhas The team will operate the historic Inaugural Flight between Bengaluru and San Francisco. The air distance between San Francisco and Bangalore is the highest in the world
This flight is very challenging
The Civil Aviation Minister said that the women power of Air India is waving the world. The inaugural aircraft AL176 will fly from San Francisco in the US at 8.30 pm local time on Saturday and will land at Camppegowda International Airport at 3.45 am (local time) on Monday. An Air India official said that North Pole Flying over is challenging. Airline companies send their experience pilots on this route. This time Air India has given the responsibility of moving the female pilot from San Francisco to Bangalore.
This is the timing of this flight
Flight AI176 will fly from San Francisco in the United States at 8.30 pm (local time) on Saturday night and will land at Kempegowda International Airport on Monday 11 January at 3.45 am (local time). It will work with Boeing 777-200LR aircraft VT ALG. It will have a seating capacity of 238 passengers, including eight first class, 35 business class, 195 economy class configurations, plus 4 cockpits and 12 cabin crew.