Air India’s women pilots will make history, aircraft will fly on World’s longest air route
Air India’s first non-stop service is underway from 9 January 2021, in which this team of women pilots of Air India will fly from San Francisco to Bangalore to become the longest air route of violence.
The flight will be operated by Captain Zoya Agarwal, papagari thanmai, shivani manhas and Akansha Sonaware.
Captain Zoya Agarwal is a skilled palette. In 2013, Boeing flew 777 aircraft and became the youngest female pilot to fly.
Civil Aviation Minister Hardeep Puri tweeted that only women Pilot teams will fly from San Francisco in the US to Bengaluru on Saturday.
Captain Zoya Agarwal told the news agency ANI that I am happy because the civil aviation minister and our flag career have expressed confidence in us.
I am very proud that I have a team of experienced women, including captain papagari thanmai, shivani manhas and Akansha Sonaware.
This will be the first time in the world that there will be a flight over the North Pole, in which all pilots will be women. And this is really like the dream of any professional pilot.
An Air India official said that flying above the North Pole is challenging, the airline company sends its experience pilots on this route.
This time Air India has given the responsibility of women pilots to move from San Francisco to Bangalore.
Aircraft AI176 will fly from San Francisco in the United States at 8.30 pm on Saturday night and will land at Kempegowda International Airport Bengaluru at 3.45 am local time on Monday 11 January.
It will work with the Boeing 777-200LR Aircraft VT ALG. It will have a seating area of 238 passengers, which includes 8 first class, 35 business class, 195 economic class configuration and 4 cockpit and 12 cabin crew.