From holding a record for flying a non-stop flight for 17 hours in March 2016, to a flight carrying an all women crew in 2017, Air India has set a new record for the first round-the-world flight staffed entirely by women. Air India’s Boeing 777 travelled from Delhi to San Francisco and back with an all-female crew, the first time such a flight has circumnavigated the globe.
The airline will operate more all-female flights this week to celebrate International Women’s Day on Wednesday.
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