About Indian Airlines
In an earnest attempt to pave way for the emergence of a single entity, Indian Airlines and Air India were merged to provide an integrated international and domestic footprint. This state-owned airline officially merged with Air India in February 2011. Renamed as Air India, it operates on numerous domestic routes along with several International services to neighboring countries in Asia. This new airline is also a member of the Star Alliance, the largest airline alliance. The 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 main objective behind revolutionizing itself was improving quality and making its services efficient. The airline is now equipped with world-class technology. It was the first airline in India to introduce the wide-bodied A300 aircraft on the domestic network, the fly-by-wire A320, walk in flights and easy fares. The chariot wheel of the famous Konark sun temple in Orissa inspires the new logo. Indian Airlines is known for its matchlessly reliable services and attention to detail. Indian Airlines has an improved frequent flier programs with new offerings to various global destinations. Travelers can make online ticket reservations on MakeMyTrip and avail of great deals and discounts on selected flights.