United Airlines Offers Nonstop Flight To New Delhi

Written by Ashley Ferraro

In light of United Airlines’ efforts to expand its international services, a brand new nonstop route to New Delhi, India will be added. The flight will operate between San Francisco and New Delhi beginning on December 5, 2019. With the announcement of this new seasonal route comes an opportunity to bid for a seat on the inaugural flight.

You and a guest are eligible to fly in United Polaris business class for its first trip out of San Francisco. The bid currency will be in award miles, with slightly over a month left until the auction ends. This experience for two includes two United Economy seats to San Francisco, with a one-night hotel accommodation in the city. The following day, December 5, you’ll be awarded two United Polaris business class seats to New Delhi. Your stay in India’s capital city will include six nights at a boutique hotel, daily breakfast buffets, and tours of some of the city’s most treasured sites. Two return flights from San Francisco to your preferred airport will also be included. Make your bid on United’s website.

Aside from the bidding, customers can begin booking their own trips to New Delhi with United. The year has already seen many international routes added out of San Francisco so far, with this new route as no exception to the excitement. As one of the world’s most populated cities, a trip to New Delhi promises lots of action. Not to mention, it’s a hub for the admirable Indian culture.

When it comes to international travel, opting for a nonstop flight is always ideal. Switching planes in a foreign country may add time and stress to your travel plans. A nonstop flight when traveling across continents takes precedence in most situations. United Airlines is continuing to expand their global reach, with this service from San Francisco to New Delhi as a great milestone.

Written by Ashley Ferraro

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