Knowledge Corner

In 1624, settlers from the Dutch Republic created New York city. Today, the city is the world's biggest hub for commerce, industry and finance. Additionally, it is also an important cultural centre in the world. In the city that never sleeps, you can enjoy yourself abundantly while discovering marvels of this magnificent metropolis.

Flying Air India

Air India has introduced daily flights between New Delhi and New York to ease out travel between the two cities. With this, travellers now have a convenient travel option and can immerse themselves into everything the city has to offer. With our flight, you will gain from the increased connection in the USA provided by partner planes of Interline and other airlines. In addition, you will also have an extra day at your disposal when you arrive. This is part of Air India's ongoing efforts to recover the top spot in global aviation by providing exactly what Indian travellers need.

Air India is also bringing back wide-body and narrow-body aircrafts, in addition to leasing new ones to ensure stronger connectivity for journeys to global destinations and international events. With our flights, travellers can also expect crew members to converse in Indian languages, allowing seamless and easy conversations to make your journey memorable.

Air India is one of the premier airlines, with a network spanning across USA, Canada, UK, Europe, Far East, south-east Asia, Australia and the Gulf. Being a Star Alliance member, travellers can access 26 foreign airlines loyalty programmes that are linked with ours.

Airport Information

New York City is serviced by John F. Kennedy International Airport. It is the busiest international air passenger gateway into North America and 13th busiest airport in the United States. The airport is serviced by more than 90 airlines, offering flights across the globe. The airport has four runways and six passenger terminals to cater to a large number of passengers.


The John F. Kennedy International Airport offers services like:


Airport Information


Charging Station


Currency Exchange


Ground Transportation




Medical Office


Nursing Suites




Worship Spaces

Indira Gandhi International Airport provides service to Delhi and National Capital Region which are primary tourist and commercial hubs in North India. Passengers commonly use the airport for both domestic and foreign travel. It is the ninth-biggest airport in the world and the busiest and largest airport in India in terms of passenger traffic. Through the international terminal of the airport, Terminal 3, Delhi is connected to a number of key cities all over the world.


The Indira Gandhi Airport offers services like


Access to the Delhi Metro rail services


Inter-state and inter-city bus services


Car rentals and cabs


Inter-terminal shuttle services


Childcare rooms and baby strollers


Paramedic services