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.
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Brussels Airlines will start a flight to Mumbai as their next destination. This sounds like a good opportunity for them to pick on a market that Jet Airways already developed for 8 years and then left. Here are all the details available so far.
Air India is almost all set to go back to historic route they’ve operated mostly since 1960. They will be operating flights between Ahmedabad and London, going forward to Newark three times a week! This flight seems to be on my list of options to try out!
Air India Flying Returns has quietly introduced the ability to upgrade your Star Alliance member tickets online with Air India Miles. While they don’t talk about it, we tell you all about how it works!
Air India is expanding across the USA and Europe. They plan to open new stations such as Washington DC, and Barcelona or Madrid in spain. Here are some of their plans, and when you can expect to fly them.
Air India is going to launch another new route to Vienna from Delhi as of April 2016. This comes in the wake of Austrian Airlines deciding to suspend service to this route.
Inside are all the details of the new route.
Singapore Airlines uses the ANA Lounges during a brief stopover at Tokyo Narita while flying SQ12 to Los Angeles. We used the ANA Suite Lounge, which is exclusive to First Class passengers, on our brief halt at this airport.
Inside is a review of the amenities and services of this lounge, and how a top notch product leaves so much to be desired.
Air India’s Flying Returns frequent flyer program is implementing new security measures to authenticate users, which includes a verification process for everyone, to prevent the creation of bogus accounts, and to weed out existing bogus accounts.
As a part of this measure, if you already have an Air India Flying Returns account, you should log into the account and provide the Air India team with information and certain identity documents to authenticate your account.
Air India is putting out 3 times a week Delhi-San Francisco non-stop flights from December 2015. Here are the details of the plane, the configurations and other important stuff.
Air India is considering a launch on the Bangalore – San Francisco sector, which can potentially become the longest flight in the world, if it takes off. I’d sure like a ride on this 17-hour long flight if it works out.