Air India is the latest airlines to offer flights from New Zealand to Europe via Sydney, Melbourne and their home hub of Delhi.
"The logo of the new airline is a red coloured flying swan with the 'Konark Chakra' in orange, placed inside it. The flying swan has been morphed from Air India's characteristic logo, 'The Centaur', whereas the 'Konark Chakra' is reminiscent of Indian's logo."
BUSINESS CLASS When you snuggle into your newly installed, highly comfortable, 180-degree recline, sleeperette, we will ensure that you disembark at your destination just as fresh. The two-abreast seating ensures you are always in an aisle seat or a window seat. Never in between. The ethnic interiors, you will observe, are designed to be particularly pleasing to the eye. The Air show constantly screens your flight pattern, aircraft altitude and speed.
EXECUTIVE CLASS A Haven for Business and Leisure Travelers. Spacious cabins and plush seats. Aisle or window seats for every passenger on 747 aircraft. Delectable entrees accompanied by wine. Exclusive check-in facility. Lounge facility.
ECONOMY CLASS For our Budget Minded Travelers. Choice of Continental or Indian cuisine Non-veg/ Veg. Complimentary liquor/ wine. Well positioned movie screens for cinematic viewing pleasure. Selection of meals. Improved illumination and temperature control systems.
Delhi and Mumbai
DELHI AIRPORT. Also known as Indira Gandhi International Airport, is the unique airport that serves the city of New Delhi. The airport is the busiest one in India in terms of passenger traffic and cargo. There are plans to continue to expand the airport if the traffic continues to grow. The airport is the busiest airport of India and is locted in Palam, 16km from the New Delhi city centre and 15 km south-west of New Delhi railway station