How can I talk to Air India customer care?
Tata Airlines, which was founded in 1932, was renamed as Air India after the Second World War and became a public limited company. As of now, it has two hubs at Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport and Indira Gandhi International Airport. The J. R. D. Tata founded air group is connecting us to more than 90 destinations on the basis of a vast fleet of Airbus A320-200, Airbus A319-100, Boeing 747-400, Airbus A321-200, Boeing 777-200LR, Airbus A320neo, Boeing 787-8, and Boeing 777-300ER. This write-up is all about the check-in, baggage policy, and destinations served by Air India Airlines. We will also be discussing a few things about Air India customer service, especially the passenger care services provided to the air travel aspirants.
How To Check In Air India
- Voice check-in
- Curbside check-in at the airport
- Online check-in (Web check-in)
- Mobile check-in
- Self-service kiosk check-in at the airport
- Ticket counter check-in at the airport
- Auto check-in
Where Does Air India fly to
On the basis of world-class passenger care known as Air India customer service and hubs at Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport, Mumbai and Indira Gandhi International Airport, New Delhi; Air India Airlines is engaged in serving 94 destinations (54 domestic destinations and 40 international destinations) in 28 countries across the world.
Air India Baggage Policy
As per Air India customer service, baggage allowance on domestic flights is 40 kgs for Adult/Child flying in First Class and 10 kgs for Infants. Baggage allowance on domestic flights is 35 kgs for Adult/Child flying in Business Class and 10 kgs for Infants. Baggage allowance is 25 kgs for Adult/Child flying in Economy Class (Domestic Sectors) and 10 kgs for Infants. Baggage allowance for Alliance Air flights (except Shimla) is 15Kgs and Baggage allowance for Alliance Air flights to/from Shimla* is 10 Kgs.