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India is a vast country of vibrant colors and Air travel in India played a major role to connecting as well as promoting to all these destinations. Today's time Air travel is the first preference of any business traveler as well as leisure tourist. Air travel is very easier, comfortable, fast and cost effecting means of travel. This industry booming day by day. Air travel is the best and sometimes the only way, to visit multiple destinations within the vast Indian sub-continent. Before 1990 Indian Airlines and Air Indian is the one and only means of Air Travel in India. But after the 1990 liberalization policy of Indian government open the skies for many privet sector Airlines. It not only increases the standard of quality services but also increase the choices for tourist. The major full service Airlines operating in India are Air India (the national carrier), Jet Airways, and Kingfisher Airlines. All three, have extensive route networks. In addition to the full service Airlines, India also has several low cost Airlines also. As they are known , like Indigo, Spice Jet, Kingfisher Red, GoAir and Paramount Airlines, all of which too, are now considered fairly reliable, and all of who too, have large fleets and extensive route networks with cost effective.

Air India Limited is the national airline of India, founded by J.R.D in 1932, flying a worldwide network of passenger and cargo services. In 2007, the Government of India announced that Air India would be merged with Indian Airlines. As part of the merger process, a new company called the National Aviation Company of India Limited (NACIL) was established, into which both Air India (along with Air India Express) and Indian Airlines (along with Alliance Air) will be merged. Once the merger is complete, the airline - which will continue to be called Air India - will continue to be headquartered in Mumbai. After this merger Air India became the 16th largest airline in Asia, serving 24 destinations worldwide, and, with its affiliated carriers, serves over 100 cities. Air India has code share agreements with 13 other international airlines. In 2010, Air India is expected to join Star Alliance, the world's largest airline alliance.

 

Kingfisher Airlines Limited is a major Indian airline founded by Dr. Vijay Mallya in 2005. Kingfisher operates more than 400 flights a day and has a network of 80 destinations, with regional and long-haul international services. Kingfisher Airlines is one of six airlines in the world to have a five-star rating from Skytrax, along with Asiana Airlines, Malaysia Airlines, Qatar Airways, Singapore Airlines and Cathay Pacific Airways. Kingfisher was the first Indian airline to have in-flight entertainment (IFE) systems on every seat even on domestic flights. All passengers were given a "welcome kit" consisting goodies such as a pen, facial tissue and headphones to use with the IFE system. Initially, passengers were able to watch only recorded TV programming on the IFE system, but later an alliance was formed with Dish TV to provide live TV in-flight. And in a marked departure from tradition, Kingfisher Airlines decided to have an on-screen safety demonstration using the IFE system.

 

Jet Airways was incorporated as an air taxi operator on 1 April 1992, today more then 75% ownership taken by the Mr. Naresh Goyal through its parent company. Jet Airways is an airline based in Mumbai, India. It is India's second largest airline after Air India and the market leader in domestic sector. It operates over 400 daily flights to 68 destinations worldwide. In July 2008, Which? magazine ranked Jet Airways as the world's best long-haul airline after Singapore Airlines. In a poll conducted by SmartTravelAsia.com in September 2008, it was voted as the world's seventh best airline overall. Jet Airways has also won a survey award for the quality of its catering from Which? Magazine. Jet Airways also operates two low-cost airlines, namely JetLite (formerly Air Sahara) and Jet Airways Konnect.

 

IndiGo Air is owned by an Indian named Mr Rahul Bhatia. The airline commenced operations on 4 August 2006 with a service from Delhi to Imphal via Guwahati. The airline is owned by InterGlobe Enterprises. It took delivery of its first Airbus A320 aircraft on 28 July 2006 and received six aircraft during 2006. Nine more aircraft were delivered in 2007. Indigo is considered to be the best and the most reliable, amongst the low cost Airlines .An efficient Airline, operating with a reasonably large fleet of brand new A-320 Airbus aircrafts. It is based in Gurgaon, Haryana, India. It operates domestic services linking 17 destinations. Its main base is Delhi's Indira Gandhi International Airport. It was awarded the title of 'Best Domestic Low Cost Carrier' in India for 2008.

 

SpiceJet is a low-cost airline based in Delhi, India. It began service in May 2005 and by 2008, it was India's second-largest low-cost airline in terms of market share. SpiceJet was voted as the best low-cost airline in South Asia and Central Asia region by Skytrax in 2007 Spice Jet was earlier known as jadoo airlines , a reincarnation of ModiLuft. It is promoted by Ajay Singh and the Kansagra family. Spice jet is a low cost airline based in New Delhi .Though a relatively new company, SpiceJet has over 100 flights daily, across 18 destinations. It is very fasted growing airlines amongst all.

 

Paramount airline started operations in October 2005 with head office based in Chennai. It was established by Madurai-based textile company Paramount Group Managing own by Mr. Thiagarajan. It operates scheduled services, mainly targeting business travelers. Its hub is Chennai International Airport. It is the first airline in India to launch the New Generation Embraer 170/190 family series aircraft. Paramount Airways is a premium service schedule airline flying direct to a number of commercial hubs in India, and connecting these to primary metros across the country. It is the only airline in India to offer full business class service at prices comparative to normal economy class fares of other airlines

 

GoAir is a low-cost airline based in Mumbai, India. Its main base is Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport. The airline was established in June 2004. Go Air is wholly owned by the Wadia Group under the chairmanship of Nusli Wadia. The airline currently operates across 13 destinations through 595 weekly flights. The GoAir route network spans prominent business metropolis as well as key leisure destinations across the Indian subcontinent. GoAir is currently servicing the airports at Ahmedabad, Bagdogra, Bengalooru, Chandigarh, Cochin, Delhi, Goa, Guwahati, Indore, Jaipur, Jammu, Mumbai and Srinagar. Through this route network GoAir ensures a smart value-for-money option for both business and leisure travellers, without compromising on either safety or service factors.

 

Kingfisher Red formerly known as Air Deccan, the airline was previously operated by Deccan Aviation. It was started by Captain G. R. Gopinath and its first flight took off on 23 August 2003 from Hyderabad to Vijaywada. It was known popularly as the common man's airline. In December 2007, it was announced that Air Deccan would merge with Kingfisher Airlines, from then it is know as Kingfisher Red. Kingfisher Red is currently the only Indian low-cost airline to provide complimentary in-flight meals and bottled water to its passengers. Also, passengers can earn frequent flyer miles (called King Miles) for tickets booked on Kingfisher Red through the King Club loyalty program run by its parent Kingfisher Airlines. In-flight reading material is limited to a special edition of Cine Blitz magazine printed exclusively for Kingfisher Red.

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