Air India is ringing in the New Year with Executive and First Class sale fares from its New York area gateways (JFK and Newark Liberty International airports) to Delhi, Mumbai, and eight other tourism and commercial centers in India. The special fares are good for transatlantic travel Sunday to Thursday eastbound and Monday to Friday westbound, from mid-January through mid-May 2012, and include all taxes and fees.
Executive Class Sale Fares: Roundtrip Executive Class fares from JFK or Newark to Mumbai are $4,459 ($4,486 to Delhi) for tickets purchased at least 21 days before departure, and $4,929 from JFK or Newark to Mumbai ($4,956 to Delhi) with no advance ticket purchase requirement. Executive Class sale fares from JFK and Newark to eight other major Indian cities are also available, both with a 21-day advance purchase requirement, and with no advance purchase requirement, at higher fares. All tickets must be issued by March 31, 2012.
First Class Sale Fares: First Class tickets are on sale for $10,013 roundtrip from JFK or Newark to Mumbai and $10,040 roundtrip to Delhi. First Class sale fares are also available to eight other major cities in India, at higher fares. There is a 10-day advance purchase requirement, and all tickets must be issued by March 31, 2012. In addition to Delhi and Mumbai, the eight other destinations for which the Executive and First Class sale fares apply are Ahmedabad, Amritsar, Bengaluru, Chennai, Hyderabad, Kochi, Kolkata, and Trivandrum. The minimum stay for all sale fare tickets is past the first Sunday, and the maximum stay is up to three (3) months. Fuel surcharges, departure taxes, airport and other fees, including the 9/11 Security Fee are included. Seats at these special fares are limited and may not be available on all flights. Other restrictions apply.
Air India is India's national carrier and offers daily non-stop service from New York, Chicago and Toronto to Delhi, and from Newark to Mumbai. All of the carrier’s flights from/to North America are via Boeing 777-200LR or 777-300ER aircraft.