|Indian Airlines Name||Headquarter|
|Jet Airways||Mumbai, Maharashtra|
|AIR INDIA EXPRESS||Kochi|
|Air India Regional||Delhi|
|IndiGo Airlines||Gurgaon, Haryana|
Founded in 1992, Jet Airways started its operations in 1993 , has its headquarter in Mumbai, Maharshtra. It is the second largest Indian airline with its hub in Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport . It serves to 73 destinations including 52 domestic destinations and 21 international destinations. Naresh Goyal is the founder and chairman of Jet Airlines.
Founded in 2005, Go Air is a low cost airline having its headquarter in Worli, Mumbai,India. Its main hub is at Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport. It serves to 22 destinations.
Founded in2004 ,SpiceJet Started its operations in 2005 , has its registered office in Chennai,Tamilnadu, India and Corporate office in Gurgaon, India. It is a low cost airline having its main hub at Chennai International Airport. It serves to 48 destinations including 41 domestic and 7 international destinations. It is third largest airline by market share.
Founded in 2006, IndiGo Airline is a low cost private airline having its headquarter in Gurgaon, Haryana, India. Its main hub is at Indira Gandhi International Airport. It serves to 33 destinations. It is the largest low cost airline in India by market share.
Founded in 2004, Air India Express started its operations in 2005 . Its headquarter is in Kochi, India . Its main hub is at Calicut International Airport. It serves to 31 destinations.
Founded in 1996, Air India Regional is a low cost Indian airline having its headquarter at Delhi. It serves to 27 destinations.