Air India Customer Care

Air India Customer care number                    

Toll Free Number

Waiting Time

  • 3-5 Minutes

Hours of Operation

  • 24 Hours 7 Days of Week (24/7)

Customer Service Number (Others)

Need to book an instant air ticket for your serious business reasons, and thus want to know if there are any vacancies in the current flight? Want to change the class of your current air ticket, and therefore want the Customer Care to help you in this matter? Wish to complain about the delay in arriving of flights, and also inadequate services inside the flight cabin as well? Planning to know more about any discounts or cashback offers current going on, and thus want to take advantage of such offers? Air India Customer Care will make sure that you get all your queries answered, be it regarding booking any urgent tickets or want to change your current cabin class. The Customer Care will also assist you in submitting feedback and will let you know of on-going offers too.

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About Air India

​Air India is an Indian airline, which is owned by the Government of India. The headquarters of the company is based in New Delhi, Delhi, India. The company operates with the help of 94 Boeing and Airbus aircraft. The central hub of the airline's company is at the Indira Gandhi International Airport. The company has a current market share of 18.6 percent in the Indian market. As of the year 2016-2017, the revenue generated by the company is $3.1 billion. Also, there are about 21,000 employees currently working at the company.

Air India Head Office

  • Address: 113, Airlines House, Gurudwara Rakabganj Road, Pandit Pant Marg Area, Sansad Marg Area, New Delhi, Delhi 110001
  • Phone No: 011 2462 4075
  • Founder: ​​J R D Tata
  • Established in: 15 October 1932
  • Key People: Pradeep Kharola (Chairman and MD)

Air India History

​Air India was founded in the year 1946. The company has been operational for 72 years now. The founder of the company was J.R.D Tata. The company was a private limited company, but after World War II, the company became a public limited company. In the year 1960, the first delivery of the Boeing 707 was accepted by the company. In the year 2000-2001, there were on-going plans to convert the company again to a private limited company. From the year 2006, the company suffered severe losses, as Indian Airlines merged with Air India.

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