Air India is planning to offer wifi, that too free of cost, on their planes. Here are some details including the expected date of launch per Air India. What do you think??
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Delta Skymiles flicked the switch on a button a short while ago which makes it possible to redeem DL Skymiles for flights to India on Jet Airways, apart from their other network partners. Here are the details of how to redeem DL skymiles on Jet Airways
With the changes in the aviation world hitting us hard and fast over the past two days, it seems a lot of Indians and other Asian travelers won’t be able to fly to the USA with their gadgets in sight. Perhaps it’s time for them to consider Air India and Jet Airways as an option.
Last Year, Jet Airways introduced short haul catering which would include Krispy Kreme Donuts and Subway Sandwiches. Then, it seems to have quietly killed it all!
Air India is now offering their Gold and Maharajah members the ability to cancel and reschedule tickets for free. This is a welcome upgrade in the Flying Returns program.
Vistara and Singapore Airlines have started to offer elite member privileges to each other’s frequent flyer members which include lounge access, extra checked-in baggage allowance, priority check-in and boarding benefits. This has been much awaited and finally, one more step towards integration of the two carriers.
Air India’s losses primarily are coming from their International operations. Turns out their Mumbai to Newark flight is making millions of dollars of losses, and our flag carrier is not even recovering the cost of fuel on many routes. All that adds up to a billion dollar loss! Sigh!
Air India seems to have fudged their books to understate their losses by about US Dollar 1 Billion over 3 years. Ouch! Here is what the auditor had to say about their losses!
Vistara is following SpiceJet and Air India into having a special offering for solo female travelers, except they will also have porter service as a courtesy to these travelers, and not just a seat assignment
SpiceJet is going to reserve seats for solo women travelers tomorrow onwards in a special row, taking a cue from Air India. Here is all you need to know about where you get the seat on the plane!