— New Indian Express (@NewIndianXpress) March 8, 2017
Each year, Air India celebrates International Women’s Day by operating their planes with 100% all-female crew members, and this year they’re continuing that tradition. Air India will operate all-women flights on these select routes: Chennai-Port Blair, Mumbai-Thiruvananthapuram, Delhi-Ahmedabad, Bangalore-Delhi, Mumbai-Nagpur, Hyderabad-Bangalore, Delhi-Amritsar, Mumbai-Varanasi sectors, as well as flights between Delhi and Singapore and Delhi and Paris. Air India Express, a subsidiary of Air India, is also flying similar flights to Bahrain and Doha.
Jet Airways is celebrating by raising money for various NGOs on board as well as featuring its women staff members from various departments, including cockpit crew, check-in, technical services, ticketing, and In-flight services on its social media channels via Facebook and Twitter.
Aer Lingus is also celebrating by showing off its female power by operating an all-women flight from London to Dublin.
— Aer Lingus (@AerLingus) March 8, 2017