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Air India
The Genesis:
Air India finds its origins way back to October 15, 1932. Two men, whose pioneering efforts lead to the prompt start of the Air India, are JRD Tata and Neville Vincent. The former, the founder who flew a single engine flight carrying air mail from Karachi to Bombay (now Mumbai) and the latter, a Royal Air force pilot who steered this first ever aircraft until Madras(now Chennai). The transformation from Tata Airlines to Air India took place in the year 1948 when the Indian Government acquired majority stakes in the company. This year, Air India made significant progress as it was the approved the standing to operate International services as a registered company of India under the name Air India International.
Air India boasts of catering passengers to 44 world-wide destinations with the number of aircrafts rising from 43 (which was a decade back) to 68 new acquisitions characterized by Boeing and Airbus. Non- stop flight services between Mumbai/Delhi to Los Angeles, Mumbai/Delhi to Chicago and Mumbai/Delhi to New York and its frequent flyer programme are some of its passenger delights.

The first airline in Asia operating freighters Air India’s Cargo Operations has been truly commendable. With a self-owned indigenous system of inventory management Air India comfortably operates regular cargo flights to many destinations of the world and carries all types of cargo – mails, parcels and even hazardous goods/materials.

Economical airfares, delicious food, and great deals on domestic flights are some of the USPs of Air India. Air India’s destinations include countries from Asia, Africa, Europe and North America. Air India’s low cost subsidiary Air India Express currently operates 38 flights per week between various points in India and abroad. For more details logon to: