Knowledge Corner

India's capital city, New Delhi, ranks among the most popular tourist destinations worldwide because of its rich cultural heritage and business importance. Along with distinctive museums, temples, monuments, tombs, forts, mausoleums etc., Delhi is home to a variety of magnificent and remarkable modern architecture. The city's extensive network of public transit, which includes cabs, autorickshaws, buses and metro, makes it easier for visitors to get around. Delhi has a lot to offer those looking for a distinctive experience.

Flying Air India

Air India has started daily flights between New York (USA) and Delhi (India), to meet the growing travel demands. Now, tourists may easily visit New York and experience everything the city has to offer. The new flight was launched to give travellers a comfortable option to travel to India, especially during the winter months when the scheduled arrival time will be well suited. With our partner airlines' connecting your domestic trip with our New York route, customers in the USA also have more connectivity options. Even once you reach Delhi, you can choose from a large number of domestic airlines.

Air India is also bringing back wide-body and narrow-body aircraft in addition to leasing new ones to ensure stronger connectivity for Indian travellers to journey to global destinations and experience 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 better.

Air India is one of the most premiere airlines, with a network that includes the USA, Canada, the UK, Europe, the Far East, Southeast Asia, Australia, and the Gulf. Being a Star Alliance member, 26 other foreign airlines' loyalty programmes are linked to ours.

Airport Information

The Indira Gandhi International Airport serves Delhi and the National Capital Region which is a leading commercial and tourist destination in India. Passengers commonly travel domestically and internationally using the airport. In terms of passenger volume, it is the busiest and biggest airport in India and the ninth-largest airport in the world. The international terminal of the airport, Terminal 3, connects Delhi to a number of key cities throughout the globe.


The New Delhi 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

John F. Kennedy International Airport serves New York City as its primary international airport. The airport is the 13th busiest airport in the US and the busiest gateway for international flight travelers into North America. With flights to destinations on all six inhabited continents, the airport is served by more than 90 airlines. Six passenger terminals and four runways allow the airport to handle a huge volume of travelers.


The John F. Kennedy International Airport offers services like


Airport Information


Charging Station


Currency Exchange


Ground Transportation




Medical Office


Nursing Suites




Worship Spaces