Air India In Ongoing Talks For Direct Service To Miami

Miami International Airport is in ongoing talks with Air India for new air service, according to Miami Today.

The airline has been in talks to provide direct service to India. The discussions have been taking place for some time and are continuing, the report said.

Miami’s current longest scheduled route is to Dubai, at 7,845 miles.

A potential flight from Miami to New Delhi would be 8,404 miles.

 

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Anonymous
14 days ago

Great news! Hope this brings new advancements to the look, feel, and efficiency of the airport

Anon
14 days ago

You’ll be hoping for a while

Anonymous
11 days ago

escalators broken, moving sidewalks do not move, elevators not in service…… at LEAST 5 YEARS now pre-COVID…. we are a #MiamiMess

Anonymous
14 days ago

Hope we get better eclectic food options in the city core!

Anonymous
14 days ago

Would love to see more fun Indian hip restaurants in Brickell along Miami, 2nd and 3rd avenues!

Anon
14 days ago

And get a delicious stomach bug too 🤤

Our food is the best
14 days ago

Better than some bland South American food

Anonymous
14 days ago

Levantine food is my favorite

Annonymous
12 days ago

Same, Levantine is the best!

Anon
14 days ago

Bland? Nothing more bland than vegan food 😂🤣

Upper East Side
14 days ago

You need to get out of Hialeah more often

Brickell Fan Girl
14 days ago

You didn’t hear? Brickell just signed a new bill to only allow overpriced Major Food Group and Spanish/Asian fusion restaurants to be open.

Anonymous
14 days ago

New eclectic and intimately scaled options are coming to Brickell and connected walkable areas soon!

Anonymous
14 days ago

That’s Wynwood’s job.

Anonymous
14 days ago

It’s great to see new spots in Wynwood, but it’s not the only neighborhood experiencing growth and new cuisines. Residents in Brickell often prefer the convenience of walking to closer spots, especially as they continue to get modernized adding new varieties.

Anonymous
14 days ago

Wynnwood is too far and disconnected

Anonymous
13 days ago

Yall are fucking lazy as hell.

Anonymous
11 days ago

wynwood is a #MiamiMess

Shiva
14 days ago

More jobs coming so the Indians are coming too. When you see Indians and Asians coming in, it means more high paying jobs are coming!

Anon
14 days ago

aka gentrification

Anonymous
13 days ago

Which is a good thing for our city! Gentrification = development! Let’s keep gentrifying the Core and surroundings. <3

tim rogers
14 days ago

have you been to canada lately?

Anonymous
14 days ago

Nah, that just “guest” worker visa abuse enabled by the Bye-Done Administration, who reverted the protections for American workers that his predecessor put into place.

Anonymous
13 days ago

We need tons more guest worker visas to make up for the lackluster skill set that the average American worker has.

Anonymous
11 days ago

Irony:
Migrants? They are new Americans.
Not migrating to return home. They will stay here.
New Americans= Immigrants. which is fine as we need them but the word is whacked….. migrants who stay permantly are NOT migrants

wanderer34
13 days ago

Not sure about going from MIA to DEL and back, especially since Miami doesn’t really have a large Asian Indian population. I’d rather take baby steps and work on getting JAL, ANA, Air China, Cathay Pacific, and even Singapore Airlines in the Far East as opposed to getting Air India, which should really go to MCO over MIA at this point, since there’s a bigger Asian Indian population in Central FL than South FL.

Anon
13 days ago

I agree with this, let’s focus on getting direct flights to Japan. Don’t see the demand for Delhi since South Florida lacks Asians especially Indians.

Anonymous
12 days ago

It’s not like South Florida is full of Japanese either.

Anon
11 days ago

That’s what I said, south Florida lacks Asians.

Anonymous
11 days ago

MIA to JFK then on American non-stop to Delhi. Its not complicated.

Anon
9 days ago

I have a half Indian friend and she just flies Miami – DXB and then to the Himalayas. It’s not that complicated.

Anon
14 days ago

Hope they work things out soon. Great addition for business and pleasure travelers.

Naren
13 days ago

First provide a good experience…don’t use boeing 777 and replace them with A350 for international routes…Miami can wait

panjeet open bob
14 days ago

I am excited to fly into Miami lots of women and lasagna

Shiva
14 days ago

Lasagna? From India?🤔🤔🤔

Anonymous
14 days ago

I think he’s excited to try our Italian food. Manja!

Anon
14 days ago

Good Italian food and Miami never go into the same sentence. Only remotely decent food here is Latin. Everything else is bland and overpriced.

Anonymous
14 days ago

Mangia, Miami!

Anne A.
14 days ago

No. Panjeet is saying HE is excited to fly INTO Miami to see lots of women and lasagna. I’m guessing that despite a rather sizable and beautiful female population, India is simply LACKING the quantity of said lasagna. The 400+ direct weekly flights between Italy and New Delhi don’t seem to be scratching Panjeet’s itch, so we win. See you soon, Panjeet!

Panjeet
14 days ago

Ane send bobs

Anonymous
14 days ago

It’s an internet meme.