These are the Top Indian Airlines:
Air India and Spicejet are dominant over the years they are the most trusted Airlines in India.
Documents Required for passport:
- Proof of present address.
- Proof of Date of Birth.
- Declaration affirming the particulars furnished in the application about the minor.
- Identity Certificate in original.
- Standard Affidavit.
- Attested photocopy of passport of both or either parent.
Documents required for visa:
- Passport, in original, with a minimum validity of six months as on the date of submission of application for visa. …
- One recent passport-size colour photograph depicting full face.
- Proof of Residence: Either a copy of National ID Card or Utility Bill such as electricity, telephone or water bill.
If you’re not an Indian National but traveling on Flights within India, the passport is the only document ID proof accepted and it becomes mandatory for you to carry your passport. No, not for Indians and not for foreigners either so long as you have valid Indian government issued photo id.
No Passsport and Visa are not required for you to travel in India assuming you are an Indian your name being Santosh and all. But you do have to buy a ticket and carry it with you 🙂
By the way your choice of airlines is totally dependent on what you want. Air India provides the most facilities and comfort but you have to be prepared for delays and shell out extra cash. Indigo and Spicejet tickets are usually cheap but provide minimal amenities and are usually on time. When I book tickets I go for whatever is the cheapest since I all the services are pretty much the same more or less.
I disagree with Bikash’s answer that Air India and Spice Jet were dominant over the years. SpiceJet is a relatively new entrant in the market compared to other carriers and IndiGo clearly leads the market having the highest market share followed by Jet Airways.