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About Air India
Air India Airlines
The Country’s third largest airline, Air India is the national flag-carrier of India. Its headquarter is in New Delhi. Air India pioneered the country’s aviation sector and its history is synonymous with the history of civil aviation in India.
Air India embodies the spirit of India by extending warm hospitality and the urge to satisfy its guests, an inherent characteristic of the country’s culture.
Since the first flight on October 15, 1932, Air India has grown to become a mega international airline connecting to 39 destinations in the USA, Europe, Australia, Far-East and South-East Asia and the Gulf.
The airline’s domestic network covers 75 destinations, including all state capitals and far-flung areas of India’s North-East, Ladakh, Andaman and Nicobar Islands. The airline also provides ground handling and engineering & maintenance services, as well as low-cost travel options, through its subsidiaries.
The Airline’s fleet of 107 aircraft include both one-cabin, two-cabin and three-cabin configurations. Air India’s young fleet of 118 aircraft comprises a mix of the latest state of the art B787 Dreamliners (21 aircraft), B777s, B747s, Airbus A330s, A321s, A320s and A319s.
Air India Airlines destinations and hub
Airlines flies to about 60 domestic destinations and 30 international destinations in about 20 countries in Asia, Oceania, Europe and North America. The Airlines has its hub at Indira Gandhi International Airport, New Delhi alongside several focus cities across India.
Air India is a member of the Star Alliance, and it also has codeshare agreements with more than 15 other carriers.
Air India Airlines check-in
Air India offers many check-in facility that includes web check-in, Kiosk check-in, mobile check-in and it also provide facility for city check-in. City Booking Offices in select metro cities offer City check-in facility to passengers holding confirmed booking and travelling with hand baggage only.
Air India Airlines baggage policy
Passenger who travelling on Air India domestic sector and connecting to Air India International sector or vice versa on the same ticket, the Free Baggage Allowance of International sector will be applicable. There is a rule for all Air India network that is the maximum single baggage allowance is not more than 32 kgs.
Air India Airlines classes of service
Airlines offer three classes of service namely, First class, Business class and Economy/ Coach class. Air India never compromise its quality of accommodation for any class.
It also serves meals on all international flights and on domestic flights with a flight duration of over 90 minutes. Business and First Class passengers also have access to the airline's Maharaja Lounge at six of its major destinations.
Air India offers Maharaja Lounges for its First class and Business class passengers. Air India share its lounge to other international airlines. It also offers Flyers return program for the frequent flyer and this program consists the points which can be redeemed for awards travel on some other airlines.