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Air India flights to international destinations include cities from South Asia, Europe, US, Far East and Southeast Asia. It has codeshare agreements with over 15 carriers,such as Air Canada, Austrian Airlines, Turkish Airlines, SriLankan Airlines, Air New Zealand and Lufthansa among others. As of October 2016, the carrier has the added distinction of operating the world’s longest nonstop flight from Delhi to San Francisco. The carrier has its main bub at Indira Gandhi International Airport in the capital, New Delhi and another hub at Chhatrapati Shivaj International Airport in Mumbai. Air India flights are known for its:
Travelers flying back to India can make use of flights to India from various international destinations. Frequent travelers can make use of Air India’s Flying Returns program and earn mileage points. Members of the elite loyalty program can enjoy the hospitality of the loyal Maharaja Lounges at Mumbai, Delhi, Chennai, Bangalore, Hyderabad and Ahmedabad in India and also at John F. Kennedy International Airport, New York and Heathrow Airport, London.
Frequently asked questions about Air India
The third-largest airline of India, Air India, is the flag carrier airline of the country. Founded by J.R.D Tata in 1932 as Tata Airlines, the airlines got its present name after World War II. Its mascot-the Maharajah and the emblem consisting of the wheel inside a flying swan is well-known. The airlines serves 85 domestic and international routes and operates a large fleet of Airbus and Boeing airplanes. While it uses the Boeing 787 aircraft and the Airbus A320 family for specific domestic routes, it uses the Boeing 777-300ER, 747 and 787 aircraft for long distance flights. Air India flights are at par with the state-of-the art fleet of major airlines in the country. The airline offers affordable services for everyone to popular holiday destinations in India and abroad.