To mark International Women's Day, national carrier Air India today operated four 'all-women crew' flights to international and domestic destinations, the airline said in a release.
Air India was the first carrier in the world to operate an all-women crew in 1985.
On the international network, the two such flights were operated on Delhi-Melbourne and Mumbai-Muscat-Mumbai routes.
While, AI806 Mumbai-Delhi and AI475 Delhi-Jodhpur-Mumbai were the flights operated by the all-women crew on the domestic routes.
History repeated itself as the Delhi-Melbourne flight AI302 (B-787) was operated by two of the same cockpit crew who had operated the world's first all-women crew flight 30 years ago in 1985, on the then Calcutta to Silchar flight with a Fokker Friendship aircraft on the erstwhile Indian Airlines.
Budget carrier SpiceJet and regional airline Air Costa also operated such flights to mark the Day.