Bengaluru, August 18: India off-spinner Harbhajan Singh might be spending time away from the national team. But the cricketer has a busy schedule off the field as well.
The man with over 400 Test wickets is enjoying cool time at Stockholm, capital of Sweden.
The Punjab cricketer was one of the passengers who were on board Dreamliner B-787, Air India's first direct flight between New Delhi and Stockholm. Olympic shooter Gagan Narang too was among the passengers.
The Dreamliner will fly thrice a week, every Wednesday, Friday and Sunday and leaves Delhi at 14.50 hours and reaches Stockholm at 18.40. The return flight will leave Stockholm at 20:40 hours and reach Delhi at 07:20 hours next day.
With an increase of passenger volume between India and Sweden by 50% in three years, the direct flight is likely to further bolster the growing relationship between India and Sweden. The flying time of passengers will be reduced by at least 2 hours.