Weird thing in the paxex world, where an Indian airline is copying the American standard by refusing to move coats in the closet. Just a mindless act or a service degradation, we don’t know yet.
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All Vistara co-branded credit card holders get free tickets on sign-up for the card and then on milestones for spending. Here is how easy it was to redeem those ticket codes.
If you fly Jet Airways or are planning to fly Jet Airways over the next few weeks, you could be at the receiving end of a big bounty of miles from them. Here is all that we know and how you could lay your stake to a LOT OF MILES!
Jet Airways / JetPrivilege co-branded credit cards offer one great perk every year, a free ticket that comes religiously to your account during the month of renewal. Here is why it continues to be my most favoured perk year after year!
Jet Airways’ Mumbai to London flight was intercepted by German Air Force planes earlier this week. Everything was alright and the plane had a safe landing. Here is a video made from the cockpit of another airplane which records this fascinating sequence. Have a look!
Air India is adding a slew of new planes to make their #paxex and bottomline better. From the airline that has the oldest A320 airframe in operation to now having one of their newest A320neo, they have come a long way!
AmEx and Jet Airways are on a roll. A 15% discount is now available if you book on 9W with your AX card, and the promotion is available all this month rather than 3 days only.
4 carriers are offering a sale across Indian destinations. Hop on and check out if you want to book a ticket or few. You could still be single and buy those tickets for one. Travel Period extends all the way to September 2017.
Air India received a mail from the Renaissance Hotel in London complaining about crew taking breakfast to their rooms, and they wrote away a strict letter to all the crew. Where does this madness end?
It was my go-to card, and now it is just a piece of plastic. Air India and SBI Card’s co-branded credit card was cancelled, because it did not serve its purpose anymore. Thanks but no thanks!