An airline ticket generally to a document is created, the legal form from an airline or a travel agent to confirm that a person has purchased a seat in a plane. This document will be the legal basis for a boarding pass to the airport. Then, with the boarding pass in the enclosed card, the passengers on board the aircraft.
The banknotes of Air India is an electronically or in paper form, the Air India, to confirm that a person has purchased a seat for the individual, the flights of Air India.
Air India, India, the national flag carrier. It was J.R.D. Tata, the father of civil aviation in India, the Air India was founded. The first flight of Air India was held on 15 October 1932 and up to the time of Air India in India will beat the best ambassador.
A common feature of the Air India tickets:
E-Ticket: An e-ticket is the electronic version of the conventional paper tickets. It is an electronic document, in the booking system of air traffic. E-tickets are permitted, the following points in the online India: Mumbai, Delhi, Hyderabad, Bangalore, Ahmedabad, Calcutta, Chennai, Cochin and Trivandrum and online points in the region, namely in the United States. New York, Newark, Chicago and Los Angeles. The passengers used stopovers in Paris and Frankfurt is not in a position to benefit from e-tickets. Book your flight with Air India E-tickets from any airport in the city or office of Air India. Everything you have a credit card to your credit card online.
E-ticket is convenient, fast and safe, not worry about your card is lost or stolen, you can print and e-ticket online, at home or the office.
Flying Returns: beach of free tickets to discounts and special offers from Air India alliances. So, every time you with Air India or services of the partners in the alliance, win valuable points mileage, with the right of one or more benefits. Every time you travel on Air India, Indian Air Alliance, Lufthansa or any of our partners share code, you can collect points, mileage limit.
Before seats available, and a better policy means that the proportion of the seats of Air India is in most classes of service allocation according to the principle of first come, first served.