The US carriers will all be launching on Friday, but the big carriers in India are taking longer to do so.
The airline industry is in the middle of a massive restructuring, with major carriers including Air India and Jet Airways facing an overhaul in the coming months, as they try to get back on their feet after a series of costly cost cuts and debt restructuring efforts.
The airline industry in India is one of the fastest-growing sectors in the country, and has seen a big boost in growth from the recent introduction of the Goods and Services Tax (GST) and demonetisation in December 2016.
The carriers are also looking to the US as the key driver of growth in the future, with the airline industry expecting a bumper fourth quarter, according to industry body Air India.
The airlines have been in the news recently for the way they handled the crisis, with some carriers having to close some flights to protest the impact of GST on their business.
Air India and Indigo have been hit hard by the GST, with Air India cancelling its flights to the United States.
Jet Airways is also looking at its US operations after a massive US bankruptcy filing.
The new carriers will be joining a group of major Indian carriers in the US, with Airtel and Vodafone launching this week and United Airlines in January.