Air India is going places, and is also planning flights to Tel Aviv apart from Copenhagen and Washington DC this year. Here is all we know so far!!
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Etihad’s CEO James Hogan and the CFO will be leaving the company 6 months later. Evidently, their strategy of buying stakes in carriers around the world may have lead to them being shown the door… Read on.
Air India is getting started with a betterment of their premium cabin product. Will this make First Class great again?
Air India was one of the first customers of the Boeing 787, and they are moving into some interesting markets with the 787. Copenhagen will join Madrid, London-Newark amongst other markets which are now being launched with the new planes. Find out more here!
Air India will be launching a non-stop flight between Delhi and Washington DC in the months ahead. This should make their USA destinations total to Five. Here is all we know about this flight as of now!
Etihad’s loyalty program company has signed up a deal with Visa to focus on issuing co-branded cards across the world with Etihad Airways Partners and Visa as the network. Maybe this means I can get an Etihad Guest co-branded card in my home market?
Jet Airways and Delta are now making a new partnership at London Heathrow, along with Virgin Atlantic. This expands the Jet Airways partnership for the Americas across Delta / KLM / Air France / Virgin Atlantic. Great news for the flyers who shuttle half way across the globe then.
Airbnb has entered into a new partnership where you can now earn airline points when booking Airbnb stays. In celebration of this launch Qantas is also giving away a chance to win a fully paid trip to San Francisco for 4 people that includes business class return tickets and much more.
Etihad and the 7 member carriers of Etihad Airways Partners, including Jet Airways and Air Berlin have formally launched the Etihad Airways Partners’ alliance benefits today. Here is a lowdown of all that you can expect across all the 8 carriers with effect from today.
It is a little bit sad to see the state of affairs at Air India being as messy as I saw earlier this week when I flew them. Everything is broken on their planes, and the general apathy of the people in their offices towards passengers is unbeatable! They just don’t want to seem to fix the customer experience.