There are different types of airlines in India which have different purpose and aim. There are different PSUs, private airlines and some listed aviation companies.
List of Indian Airlines
Jet Airways has its main headquarters in Mumbai and is the second largest airline of India. It covers approx. 65 destinations worldwide. It starts from Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport, Mumbai covering/ stopping at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol, Indira Gandhi International Airport, Kempegowda International Airport etc.
Air India Express
Air India Express is also an Indian low cost carrier headquartered in Kochi. Its operations commenced in 2005. There are approx. 550 flights which are scheduled every week. These cover around 29 destinations including regions- Middle East & Southeast Asia. Its official website is www.airindiaexpress.in.
SpiceJet was founded in 2004 and has its headquarters in Gurgaon. It is the third largest airline in the country which schedules 312 flights daily to different destinations. It covers approx. 45 domestic and international destinations.
IndiGo has its headquarters at Gurgaon, Haryana and is a low cost airline of India. Being near to Delhi the main airport it is headed from is Indira Gandhi International Airport. IndiGo covers 49 destinations worldwide. Its main operating bases are- Chennai International Airport, Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport, Kempegowda International Airport, Rajiv Gandhi International Airport etc. Its official website is www.goindigo.in.
Air India is public owned airlines. It was created by Air India Limited and it operates Airbus fleet with Boeing aircraft. Almost 94 domestic & international airports are covered by Air India. Air India is the largest international carrier of India and has main hub at Indira Gandhi International Airport, New Delhi, capital city of India.
Rest airlines are detailed below in the table which also make sure to schedule several flights from one destination to another to make sure proper connectivity.
||Club One Air
||Chhattisgarh Air Link
||Blue Dart Aviation
|Global Vectra Helicorp