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List of Indian Airlines destinations

Indian served the following destinations before being merged into Air India on 26 February 2011: India Andaman and Nicobar Islands Port Blair - Vir Savarkar Airport Andhra Pradesh Tirupati - Tirupati Airport Visakhapatnam - Visakhapatnam Airport Vijayawada - Vijayawada Airport Assam Dibrugarh - Mohanbari Airport Guwahati - Lokpriya Gopinath Bordoloi International Airport Silchar - Kumbhirgram Airport Bihar Gaya - Gaya Airport Patna - Lok Nayak Jayaprakash Airport Chandigarh Chandigarh Airport Chhattisgarh Raipur - Mana Airport Delhi Indira Gandhi International Airport Hub Goa Vasco da Gama - Dabolim Airport Gujarat Ahmedabad - Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport Jamnagar - Jamnagar Airport Rajkot - Rajkot Airport Jammu and Kashmir Jammu - Satwari Airport Leh - Kushok Bakula Rimpochee Airport Srinagar - Sheikh ul Alam Airport Jharkhand Ranchi - Birsa Munda Airport Karnataka Bangalore - Bengaluru International Airport Mangalore - Mangalore International Airport Kerala Kochi - Cochin International Airport Kozhikode - Calicut International Airport Thiruvananthapuram - Trivandrum International Airport Madhya Pradesh Bhopal - Raja Bhoj Airport Indore - Devi Ahilyabai Holkar Airport Khajuraho - Khajuraho Airport Maharashtra Aurangabad - Chikkalthana Airport Mumbai - Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport Hub Nagpur - Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar International Airport Pune - Pune International Airport Manipur Imphal - Imphal Airport Mizoram Aizawl - Lengpui Airport Nagaland Dimapur - Dimapur Airport Orissa Bhubaneswar - Biju Patnaik Airport Punjab Amritsar - Sri Guru Ram Dass Jee International Airport Rajasthan Jaipur - Sanganer Airport Jodhpur - Jodhpur Airport Udaipur - Maharana Pratap Airport Tamil Nadu Chennai - Anna International Airport Coimbatore - Peelamedu Airport Madurai - Madurai Airport Telangana Hyderabad - Rajiv Gandhi International Airport Tripura Agartala - Singerbhil Airport Uttarakhand Dehradun - Jolly Grant Airport Uttar Pradesh Lucknow - Amausi International Airport Varanasi - Babatpur Airport West Bengal Kolkata - Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose International Airport Bagdogra - Bagdogra Airport Maldives Malé - Malé International Airport Nepal Kathmandu - Tribhuvan International Airport Burma Yangon - Yangon International Airport Afghanistan Kabul - Kabul International Airport Kuwait Kuwait International Airport Oman Muscat - Muscat International Airport United Arab Emirates Dubai - Dubai International Airport Sharjah - Sharjah International Airport Indian had served these countries/cities most of which were suspended much before or during the merger process.

AsiaSouth Asia Bangladesh - Chittagong, Dhaka Pakistan - Karachi, Lahore Sri Lanka - ColomboSoutheast Asia Malaysia - Kuala Lumpur Singapore Thailand - BangkokSouthwest Asia Bahrain Qatar - Doha United Arab Emirates - Abu Dhabi, Ras al Khaimah Air India Air India Regional

Akki Chennabasappa

Akki Chennabasappa or was an actor, known for the Kannada movie Humble Politician Nograj. He was born to a couple Rudrappa Thayavva Akki, he spent his childhood in Ramdurg of Belagavi district. He joined Ballari Lalithamma Drama Company at the age of 20 years and switched to the company of Honnappa Bhagavathar, he joined Gubbi Company in 1970 and learnt dance from Kalpana, called Minugu Taare. He was married to Balanagamma and the couple had no children. Serials Ninnolumeyindale as Kiri Kiri Manja Silli LalliMovies Prakruthi See You Kanasemba Kudureyanneri Jipuna Nanna Ganda Mussanje Humble Politician Nograj Akki Chennabasappa was felicitated during the Actor Bharat Bhagavat Memorial Programme at KH Kala Soudha in Bengaluru on 4 November 2012. Akki Chennabasappa was felicitated on 30 August 2015 during Janapada Jenkhara Geetostva, Janapada Folks Songs 2015, organized by Saneeta Sangama Trust at Udayabanu Kala Sangha in Bengaluru. Akki Chennabasappa died on 15 May 2018, in an old age home run by stage actor Ashok Basthi, popularly known as Junior Rajkumar near Kengeri.

He spent his last days in an orphanage as he had no children and there were no carers for him