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The airline has long-haul destinations in East Asia, Europe and North America which are served using Boeing 777-200LR/-300ER aircraft.

Air India serves Hong Kong, Osaka, Shanghai, Tokyo in East Asia, Frankfurt, London, Paris in Europe and Chicago, New York City, Newark, Toronto and Washington, D.C. in the North America. Its non-stop Mumbai-New York City route operated on a Boeing 777-200LR is the longest route originating out of India.
Frankfurt Airport in Germany acts as a Scissor's hub to provide onward connections to North America.
London always has been a major focus city for Air India right from the time when it launched its first Trans-Atlantic services.

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Air India officially known as Air India Air Transport Services Limited) is the flag carrier of the Republic of India. It operates a fleet of Airbus and Boeing aircraft serving Asia, Europe and North America. It is India's oldest and largest airline. Its corporate office is located at the Air India Building at Nariman Point in South Mumbai. It is the 16th largest airline in Asia.
Air India has two major domestic hubs at Mumbai and Delhi respectively and one international hub at Frankfurt, Germany. London, England acts as a focus city for the airline.
Air India serves 11 domestic destinations and 18 international destinations in 10 countries across Asia, Europe and North America.
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