India’s nationwide carrier Air India made historical past by flying the sector’s longest continuous flight from Delhi to San Francisco, operated via an all-Ladies crew.
Organised for the Global Women’s Day, flight AI 73 travelled a distance of 14,500 kilometres over 17 hours. It took off from Delhi on Mar. 6 and landed in San Francisco on Mar. 7. The crew flew again to Delhi on Mar. Eight.
It Is being helmed with the aid of captains Kshamta Bajpayee and Shubhangi Singh. All The operations, together with the pilots, cabin crew, check-in staff, physician, purchaser care, air visitors keep watch over and floor crew.
“It’ll be a ancient flight and the longest to be operated by means of all Ladies crew,” Ashwini Lohani, the CMD Air India mentioned. “The airline has enormous recognize for ladies and it might be a logo of women empowerment.”
Air India celebrates Global Ladies’s Day every year with the aid of working select flights in its World and home routes with Women crew contributors. The airline has around Three,765 Ladies workers, including pilots, engineers, technicians, doctors, safety personnel and cabin crew.
#AI Ladies pilots of longest flt with Mr Sandeep Choudhary, AI Station Manager at SFO Apt. #AISalutesWomen <2/2> %twitter.com/hqJoORpeCo
— Air India (@airindiain) March 7, 2016
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— sudarsan pattnaik (@sudarsansand) March 8, 2016
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