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Saturday, 11 February 2012
India Domestic Flights, Flights to India, Cheap Airfare
Different airlines in the country target different sections of the society, something which is evident from the ticket rates, in-flight services provided by the operator and the flight timings. The important players in the domestic segment are:
The first major domestic airline of India, Indian Airlines started its operations in 1953 under the Air Corporation Act, 1953. The airline came into existence with the merger of eight independent domestic airlines, which were operational at that time.
Based in Mumbai, Jet Airways is the largest private sector airline company operating domestic flights in the country. The airline covers more than 50 domestic destinations along with six international ones.
A well-known name in the luxury airlines in India, it is based in Bangalore. Owned by the United Beverages Group, it became functional in May 2005. The airline operates flights to around 34 destinations.
An initiative of the Deccan Aviation Company, Deccan is one of the leading private airlines operating in India. Established in 2003, Deccan has a fleet of 23 ATR Turboprop airplanes and 20 Airbus A-320 aircrafts.
After becoming a part of Jet Airways, Air Sahara was renamed Jet Lite and became operational in April 2007. A fleet of 20 aircrafts operating under Jet Lite connects 32 destinations across the country.
An endeavor of MDLR Group, MDLR Airlines has been functional since 2007. A fleet of 4 Avro RJ aircrafts connects 5 destinations in India namely Delhi, Chandigarh, Kolkata, Ranchi and Jodhpur.
Set up by the Paramount Group, Paramount Airways is one of the leading airlines connecting different parts of South India with each other.
This domestic airline, based in Mumbai, is owned by the Wadia Group of Bombay Dyeing fame. Established in November 2005, today GoAir has to its credit a fleet of 4 Airbus A 320-200.
The first private airline to avail the benefit of Open Sky policy of Government of India, it commenced its operation in 1992.