April 18, 2024


Star Alliance welcomed Air India as the first Indian airline to join a global alliance in July 2014.

This makes connecting to, from and across India easier. Anyone who does business in India will appreciate that it is never done in one place. A morning in Delhi airport illustrates flying is simply part of the daily commute.

With Air India being a member of Star Alliance, you can fly into one of the 12 international airports and connect to over 60 other destinations across India, making it easier for you to reach every business centre.

The biggest airport hub where Star Alliance connects nationally and internationally, is the brand new Terminal 2 in Mumbai. This state-of-the-art airport with 188 check-in counters enables you to travel into and on from India’s financial and economical capital more comfortably.

All Star Alliance flights to Delhi operate via the same place: Terminal 3, so you don’t have to change to another terminal between flights, which could cut down your connection times.

We’re excited about Air India being part of the alliance, making it easier for you to do business anywhere in India.

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