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Vistara is finally beginning to drop hints about their almost firmed up international plans. They have moved up their plane delivery schedule for the 20th plane to March 2018 from June 2018. And then, they can fly abroad. Expect a big airplane order soon.
Airlines will need you to present ID at the time of booking tickets, and not just when you arrive at the airport from tomorrow onwards. This is apparently required to check if you are on the no-fly list or not.
AIr India Flying Returns will now allow you to call them up to re-instate your Air India expired miles and put them to use. This makes life easier and better. Here is how you go about it.
The Jet Airways American Express Platinum Credit Card has been one of my favourite cards amongst all the co-branded cards I’ve held. It now has extra bonus JPMiles on signup. Perhaps time to apply for it now!
Mumbai is in a deluge right now, and thanks to this, airport operations are intermittently going through. Airlines have started to offer cancellation and reschedule waivers. Jet Airways, Air India, Indigo and Vistara have already announced travel waivers so far.
Jet Airways is offering some delicious Biryani to Economy class flyers over the coming week. That means back of the bus like you and me can also get some great food in-flight going forth!
Air India just lost one of their best men. Under Ashwani Lohani, the airline finally started to get its act together a bit, and got a sense of purpose and belonging, again. Until now, when it is going to start all over again… Or will it be the airline is sold before that happens?
Did you know you could get your food on IndiGo a full 50% cheaper. Here is how to go about this travel hack
In a not very intelligent power trip, the DGCA has notified that commercial pilots will now have to serve up to one-year notice period to be able to switch jobs or leave their wings. Like, really?