Home Domestic American Airlines and TAL Aviation Group expand their relationship

American Airlines and TAL Aviation Group expand their relationship

American Airlines has appointed TAL Aviation as its General Sales Agent for India. The new representation is expected to bring added benefits to the Indian market and travelers from India to the United States.
American’s representation office, based in Gurgaon will be providing a wide range of services to cover multiple ports of departure from India, including marketing, reservations, sales and ticketing. TAL Aviation’s team is excited to be partnering with American, offering attractive travel solutions across First Class, Business Class and in Main Cabin, to the Indian business and tourist community.

The team for American Airlines in India will be headed by Neha Soni as Commercial Manager who already has vast experience with the American product and in the airline industry.

As the largest airline in the world, American Airlines flies to over 350 worldwide destinations, on more than 6,700 daily flights. The Company has over 100,000 employees and a fleet of more than 1500 aircraft. Taking an average delivery of one new aircraft every four days, American now has the youngest fleet of any U.S. based international airline.

American Airlines and TAL Aviation have been working together for over 20 years with TAL Aviation already representing American in Russia, Turkey, Israel and Poland. Nissim Sagis, VP Commercial of TAL Aviation comments “We are excited in expanding our relationship with American Airlines to the Indian market. We are confident that with the success and synergy we already hold with American, coupled with the expertise and know-how of our team in India, we can place American as a leading airline in India for travel to the USA and beyond”.

Speaking of the partnership, Parviz Ladha, Regional Offline Sales Manager EMEA & Southern Asia said, “We are pleased to be extending our agreement with TAL Aviation to India, a hugely important and growing market for American, and our Atlantic Joint Business partner British Airways. As we continue to invest $3 billion in the customer experience, both in-flight and on the ground, we look forward to promoting this across the Indian market, in partnership with TAL Aviation.”