This bi-lingual monthly magazine is a bond between Air India, its legacy and the passengers.
A monthly premium travel and lifestyle magazine catering to Tata Singapore Airlines' niche flyers.
travel 3Sixtyº India is a monthly inflight magazine of AirAsia India.
TruJet is a travel and lifestyle magazine targeting flyers across diverse age groups.
Gulf Air, the national carrier of Bahrain, becoming one of the first commercial airlines in the Middle East.
A monthly in-flight magazine of Air Arabia, Nawras, is an absolute blend of knowledge and entertainment.
Biman Bangladesh Airlines' bi-monthly inflight magazine has an interesting mix of content.
Fly Smiles is a bi-monthly magazine for South India-based regional airline, Air Pegasus.
Flyeasy is the inflight magazine of FLYeasy airlines.
SaudiGulf Airlines is the first full-service boutique carrier flying in the skies of Saudi Arabia. link
Catering to the airlines' young and adventurous flyers, the bi-monthly features quirky stories.
Go-getter is the in-flight magazine of GoAir, a low cost airline based in Mumbai. link
The national carrier of India, Air India, currently flies to over 90 destinations worldwide and boasts of a fleet of 135 aircrafts. The brand achieved another major milestone recently by becoming the member of the Star Alliance, a global leading airline network that is offering as many as 21,000 daily flights to 1,160 airports in 181 countries.
The carrier commenced operations in January 2015 and operates 14 daily flights with three Airbus A320 aircraft. The full-service carrier, named Vistara, was announced in 2013 and was established as a joint venture between Tata Sons and Singapore Airlines. It is the first carrier to offer premium economy seats on domestic flights in India.
SalamAir is an Omani airline that operates as a budget carrier, founded in 2016. SalamAir has their headquarters in Muscat, Oman, at the Muscat International Airport. They make air travel more often, enabling people to expand their horizons by exploring new destinations, travelling more frequently and connecting more with friends and family.
Biman Bangladesh Airlines is the national carrier of Bangladesh and is known for its low fare, efficiency and hospitality. Currently the airline flies to 17 international destinations and a couple of domestic destinations. Biman Bangladesh Airlines is set to acquire 10 aircrafts from Boeing by 2014-15 to give a major boost to its international network.
flyafrica.com is a low-cost carrier of South Africa. Zimbabwe flyafrica is the first airline of the group to be launched as a joint venture between nu.com, a Zimbabwe-based infrastructure company and Flyafrica Ltd. The airline is reputed for its well-trained and dedicated crew besides an extremely enterprising ground staff.
Turbo Megha Airways is a regional airline that operates under the brand name of Trujet. It is based in Hyderabad, India and currently operates across 7 destinations that highlight the southern India culture and travel destinations.
FLYeasy is a regional airline that covers 6 destinations across Smart Cities and Tier II cities in India. Its operational base is in Bengaluru and caters a wide base of business, leisure, young and enthusiastic flyers.
SaudiGulf Airlines is a new carrier located in Dammam, planning to commence domestic services in Saudi Arabia with a fleet of four Airbus A320 aircrafts. SaudiGulf is owned by the Al Qahtani Group and became the country's third domestic carrier.
Air Arabia is one the the major airlines in the Middle East with the youngest fleet is Airbus 320s and flies over 12 million passengers every year. The airline operates scheduled services to 101 destinations in the Middle East, North Africa, the Indian Subcontinent, Central Asia and Europe. Air Arabia's main base is Sharjah International Airport. They also have a hub in Ras Al Khaimah and focus cities in Alexandria and Casablanca
Air Asia India is an Indian low cost carrier headquartered in Bangalore, India. The airline is a joint venture with AirAsia Berhad holding 49% stake in the airline, Tata Sons holding 40.06% and Arun Bhatia holding the remaining 10% through his company, Telestra Tradeplace. Air Asia India commenced operations on 12 June 2014 and today touches 16 cities in India with over 525 weekly flights and 200 cities globally with over 650 daily flights.