Indian Airlines based in Delhi, has services operational mainly for domestic routes in India, along with international services to neighboring countries. The airline is owned by the government of India and is managed by the Ministry of Civil Aviation. Indian Airlines or simply ‘Indian” merged with Air India, on February 22, 2007. Indian Airlines was established in 1953 after a law was passed to nationalize the airline industry in India. While Air India took care of international routes, Indian Airlines emerged as the domestic carrier.
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Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai, Ahmedabad, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Oman, Bahrain, Kuwait, Dubai, Sharjah, Burma, Malaysia, Singapore, Kabul
- First Class
- Executive Class
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Indian Airlines’ frequent flyer program called ‘Flying Returns’ has tie ups with partner airlines, non-flying partners like hotels, banks and other select companies. It has code share agreements with 12 airlines including Aeroflot, Air France, Air Mauritius, Australian Airlines, Emirates, GMG, Gulf Air, Kuwait Airways, Lufthansa, Malaysian Airlines, Singapore Airlines, Swiss Airlines, Thai Airways, Turkish Airways and Uzbekistan Airways.
You can enjoy a variety of audio-video programs. The fleet of A-321 / A-320 / A-319 aircraft has individual monitors and individual ear phones attached to each seat. There are 11 channels of audio programming and 6 channels of video-based programming.