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.
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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.
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?
Air India operates their Boeing 787-8 services across the world, including between Mumbai and London. We flew in Business Class only to find some very nice people attending to us with a reasonably good product as well. Check out our review of Air India Business Class
Air India has a grand sale on International and Domestic Sectors ongoing through August 20, 2017. You have Europe return trips from India at INR 99,000 for Business Class and INR 38,000 for Economy. Sweet deals all around!
Air India seems all set, slots in hand, to launch their flights to Los Angeles. Bollywood to Hollywood ain’t happening though, given the flights will be from Delhi to LA and not Mumbai to LA. Here is a lowdown on all the planning they’ve done so far!!
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…
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?
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!
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.