We flew Air India 787-8 to London yesterday in Business Class, and here are our first thoughts on Air India’s newest Business Class product and service. It is an A. Read on to find out why…
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JetPrivilege continues to cut relationships with other foreign carriers, including 4 Star Alliance carriers which will be off its earn and burn roster by the end of this year. These include important carriers such as Lufthansa and Turkish. Here is all that you need to know.
Air India went vegetarian on domestic flights a month ago to save a few crores. They also want to serve you free wifi on your flights courtesy the taxpayer money. I’m thoroughly confused if they want to save money or spend money? Do you have a clue?
Vistara, India’s youngest full-service carrier, will have a change of guard at the top with a new CEO joining from Singapore Airlines in October 2017.
AAdvantage and JetPrivilege, the frequent flyer programs of American Airlines and Jet Airways, will be parting ways as of 2018. This means there is a limited window for a partnership to earn and burn miles. If you have a First Class trip you plan on Jet Airways, perhaps the time to redeem for it is now…
In a new move, Air India has discontinued serving non-vegetarian meals on all domestic flights. That leaves us with one less meal option on their flights, and the cabin crew with one less option to explain to us!
Jet Airways has confirmed that check-in options for non-elite members travelling in Economy will be paid for here forth, and free check-in window is reduced to 12 hours before departure rather than the 24 hours before. Here is an update
Indigo is exploring the potential to launch low-cost long-haul flights, stepping up from their regional model of flying. And they’ve made a big bet in this regard. They want to buy the juicy chunks of Air India, the international operation and the profitable low-cost subsidiary called Air India Express.
There is news that Jet Airways is considering selling a part of their airline to Delta and make a deal with the devil. Read more about what we know right now, and how this could play out?
Jet Airways’ new check-in policy of charging for seat assignments has some unintended consequences as well, such as seats randomly being assigned and auto check ins being processed. This takes us away from an automated world back to a manual world if we don’t want to be squeezed by the airline.