Oct 052016
 
Air India to Boost Flights to the US, Europe, Australia and the Gulf

India’s national airline, Air India is planning to expand its foreign operations. The flag carrier has plans in place to start new flights to several key cities across the US and Europe as well as in West-Asia, Gulf, East-Asia and Australia in the Pacific region over the next year. The Indian carrier will increase the frequency of flights where demand « Continue Reading »

Sep 052014
 
From November, Air India to Fly Daily from Birmingham

From November 2014, after the 18th Boeing 787 Dreamliner is included into its fleet of aircraft, Air India, India’s national airline, will make its Birmingham-Delhi-Amritsar operation a daily service. India’s flag carrier, Air India has announced that it will start offering daily flights between Birmingham, Delhi and Amritsar from November, 2014. The airline already offers four times « Continue Reading »

Nov 162012
 
International Operations by Indian Carriers to Go Up By Oct 2013

Bringing much cheer to international flyers who regularly seek flights tickets for India travel, airlines in the country will be registering a growth of around 58 % in the number of global services from October 2013. In what could be great news for global flyers looking for new and flexible flights « Continue Reading »

Sep 112012
 

Air India, a popular option among foreigners for india-bound flights, is still hopeful of joining the Star Alliance even as the reputed group put airline’s membership on hold in 2011. Air India is seeking to become a member of Star Alliance and if media reports are to be believed the airline is not willing to take no for an answer! « Continue Reading »

Aug 212012
 

India’s flag carrier, Air India is all set to resume flights to Hong Kong, Seoul, Frankfurt and New York by early September 2012. The airline will deploy its Boeing 777 aircraft on these key flight routes. State-owned, Air India is set to deploy all of its Boeing 777 aircraft for operating flights connecting India with key global destinations like Hong « Continue Reading »

Jul 312012
 

Air India has decided to cut airfares on flight to some significant destinations like Europe and North America. The new fares are likely to be effective from September 2012 and will definitely woo Britons and other foreign travellers flying on the routes Britons as well as other international travellers flying with Air India can now expect to save on flights « Continue Reading »

Feb 162012
 

The Indian Government allows private airlines to expand their operations on foreign routes. So far Air India has enjoyed the Right of First Refusal which allowed private airlines to operate any foreign route only when AI refused to operate on it. In what is being seen as a major boost for Indian private airlines, the civil aviation ministry of India « Continue Reading »

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