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Travel Alerts

Due to seasonal winds and the continued partial closure of Pakistani airspace United and Air Canada are modifying or suspending service to New Delhi as follows:

Air Canada: Flights between Toronto and New Delhi will be temporarily suspended from mid-June to mid-July, 2019. In addition, AC43 (Delhi-Toronto) will operate with a technical stop in Vancouver through Apr. 30. Then from May 1 until mid-June AC43 from Delhi-Toronto will operate non-stop albeit with restrictions on weight, passenger loads and cargo.

United: Service will now be suspended from Newark to New Delhi through July 2 for eastbound flights and July 3 for westbound flights. United will continue to operate its nonstop flights from New York/Newark to Mumbai (BOM).

Both carriers are working with affected customers.

Please contact your Adelman travel consultant for additional information.  

Do you need emergency assistance?

Call (800) 231-3999 or (414) 410-8399

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