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AI301* Sydney (Terminal 1) (to Delhi) via Melbourne

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Kefci2000

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Hi All,

Does anyone know if you can book the SYD-MEL leg of Air India on its own (ala JQ35)?

I tried the AI website and it gave me nothing

Would be keen to try out SQ lounge in SYD :cool:
 

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No, foreign carriers have never (at least for the last 15 years if not longer) had rights to carry domestic passengers, unless as part of overall international itinerary (i.e doing stopover in one city).
 
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No, foreign carriers have never (at least for the last 15 years if not longer) had rights to carry domestic passengers, unless as part of overall international itinerary (i.e doing stopover in one city).
During the pilots strike plenty of airlines were granted Cabotage, including United, Royal Brunei even Monarch and America West. Normally however they are not given those rights.
 
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