It was a surprise to see too many turbans and fellow Indians in a single International flight :). The flight was Air India (Delhi to Toronto) and beginning of our North America chapter. Toronto is the largest city in Canada and the provincial capital of Ontario. We already had bucket list in mind for our travel and which is still growing up.
Our overall experience for Airlines Review – Air India (Delhi to Toronto) is 3/ 5. But the Plane landing was just awesome and the smoothest as compared to others.
Now let’s get into some technical….
01:45 AM IST: Boarded to our flight to Toronto from New Delhi’s IGI Airport Terminal 3 by Air India. This is an International Flight but din’t felt to be one exactly.
The leg space was not so good and spacious so we felt bit fixed and uncomfortable. Though you can enjoy the multiple language audio/ video entertainment including the facility for on air shopping. The attendants were very polite and in Indian traditional attire.
We reached the Pearson Airport at 7:45 AM EST. Flight duration 15 hr approx. We reached Canada in the morning and were waiting to get to the roads. But all this jet lag and only option we left with is sleeping.
Ok, so enough of technical and details. Now lets have our reviews and feast for eyes. 🙂
Our Reviews for Air India Airlines:-
|Cost:||63,436.00 INR one way|
|Luggage limit:||2 pieces X 23 Kg Check-in and 8 Kg hand*|
|Food/ Quality:||Good Veg 🙂|
|In flight Amenities:||Audio -Video -AC power -Food -infant|
|Seats/ leg space:||Low quality / not spacious|
|In-flight entertainment:||audio/video entertainment in multiple languages, on air shopping|
|Fee of booking via card:||Yes in case for international card, Liable with your bank|
|Option of choosing seat:||Yes (Available online)|
|MNTravelog overall Xp:||♥ ♥ ♥ / 5|
Here are some of our first snaps taken just after landing….
Finally reached Toronto Pearson International Airport, YYZ, Canada. Definitely a chilly reach and all new air to breath :). It was a freezing experience to sit for 15 Hrs, but worth it. So stay tuned for our growing bucket list and all new series to reveal….
Are you a frequent international flyer type? Tell us about some of your favorite (or least-favorite) experiences within different flights.