Air India Flights

Air India Informations

With 35 International and 66 domestic destinations, it's easy to see just how busy this air line is. Also, with the slogans, ' simply PriceLess' and 'your palace in the air', it's also easy to see where they excel. Quality and a commitment to comfort and efficiency, with just a touch of gloss. Attracting business people and all kinds of other travellers, it's interesting to note that the two other big airlines in India, are budget air lines. So Air India flights are always associated with just that little bit more class and ease. Great for long haul, and for business, whether you're Indian or not, and they offer several good customer incentives too:

  • Special section for Corporate bookings.
  • Preferred, chosen seating on domestic economy flights.
  • Great frequent flyer package.
  • A 'free companion' scheme which is ideal for business travel.

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With a solid, elegant first class, the long haul flights are a very well attended by anyone wanting comfort and to arrive in style, without paying top prices. Air India flights are always fairly priced, and you get a lot for your fare. For a great selection, search for flights to India which is always a good place to find good deals.

Offering the business world what it wants, and yet keeping prices sensible has kept Air India at the top of their game for years. With a touch of glamour and a polite manner that's from an older era, still present, flying with them is always a pleasure, but one that looks set to keep going well into the 21st century.

Air India Fleet: 104 aircraft + 30 On Order

Air India Fleet Details:

Aircraft Type Aircraft Aircraft Number
Airbus A310 Airbus A310-300 3
Airbus A319 Airbus A319-100 24
Airbus A320 Airbus A320-200 30
Airbus A321 Airbus A321-200 20
Airbus A330 Airbus A330-200 2
Boeing 747 Boeing 747-400 5
Boeing 777 Boeing 777-200 8
Boeing 777-300 12

Air India in-flight services and entertainment:

Air India baggage (allowance, excess fees) :

Hub : Air India operate mainly from Mumbai - Chhaprati Shivaji airport (BOM).

Mumbai - Chhatrapati Shivaji International (BOM / VABB)

Founded date : 1932

Fleet Age (years) : 9.4

Air India - Alliances and frequent flyer program : Air India Frequent Flyer program is Flying Returns.

Key Airline Routes



Trip dates

Flights Sydney - Melbourne
Flights Melbourne - Delhi $999 29 to 30 October
Flights Sydney - Delhi $605 30 October
Flights Melbourne - Sydney
Flights Denver - Frankfurt
Flights Delhi - London $613 24 October to 28 November

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Trip dates

Flights Ahmedabad Sydney AMD - SYD $1205 29 November to 22 August
Flights Delhi Gaya DEL - GAY $255 11 to 16 February
Flights London Sydney LON - SYD $656 07 November
Flights Dharamsala Kathmandu DHM - KTM $159 31 March
Flights Melbourne Paris MEL - CDG $626 03 November
Flights Sydney London SYD - LON $636 15 February
Flights Cochin Kathmandu COK - KTM $610 05 to 25 November
Flights Amritsar London ATQ - LHR $953 05 to 13 March
Flights Colombo Varanasi CMB - VNS $537 15 to 23 February
Flights Sydney Ahmedabad SYD - AMD $1133 23 December
Flights Amritsar Mumbai ATQ - BOM $199 28 December to 04 January
Flights Delhi Jodhpur DEL - JDH $113 30 November
Flights Delhi Jodhpur DEL - JDH $246 25 November to 02 December
Flights Sydney Coimbatore SYD - CJB $1418 25 November to 06 January
Flights Chandigarh Sydney IXC - SYD $1306 14 November to 04 January

Based on latest flight's searches. Last update: 24/10/2016

Air India (AI/AIC)

Air India flew its first commercial flight way back in 1946, and has since become India's premiere airline. Now in it's 60th year, it's a modern airline which still sticks to the solid values and reliability that have made it so successful. With a constantly updated fleet of planes, (as of 2013 this included 62 Airbus A320's, )Air India is also a member of the Alliance group of airlines, with the main hub at Indira Ghandi International Airport. From here its empire spreads out over Asia, the middle east, Africa, Australia, America and Europe.