Mumbai Patna Indian Airlines Flight Tickets
About Mumbai (BOM)
Founded in the 17th century and formerly known as Bombay, Mumbai is the financial capital and one of the largest and most important cities in India, with a population of 14 million people in just the city proper, not counting its various suburbs. With a warm climate and a deep natural harbour, Mumbai is also one of the country's most important ports, and handles over half of the maritime cargo in India. Home to Bollywood, it also has a thriving commerce industry, and has a high transient population, and hence, is a well-connected city, with numerous flights, trains, and bus services from all over the country. Many airlines offer discounted air travel with budget tickets as well.
About Patna (PAT)
A city with great historical importance, Patna was founded in the 5th century BC, and is located on the southern bank of the holy Ganges River, and also straddles the rivers of Kosi, Sone, and Gandak. The city enjoys a subtropical climate the whole year round, and also experiences heavy rainfall during the monsoons. The city has been the capital of many empires, such as the Magadha, the Mauryan, the Gupta, as well as the Pala Empire. The city attracts thousands of visitors each year, on business and leisure, many of whom prefer air travel to the city, as most airlines offer budget tickets for their daily flights to Patna.
About Indian Airlines
In an earnest attempt to pave way for the emergence of a single entity as India's National Flag carrier, Indian Airlines and Air India, India's premier airlines were merged to form Air India to provide an integrated international and domestic footprint, for the advantage of travelers. This Indian Airlines and Air India merger has brought seamless integration of domestic and international flights, allowing passengers to check in for their international flight from any domestic point in India.
Indian Airlines, in its new avtar of Air India can be identified with its key color as orange and a contemporary graphic representation of a flying swan with the Konark Chakra placed inside it, the imagery depicting traditional Indian hospitality and service.
Indian Airlines or the new Air India has an improved frequent flier programs with new offerings to various global destinations. The consumer is a clear winner in this merger, having a much-improved product and superior service quality.