Mumbai Airport received a lot of rain yesterday, and IndiGo got a whole lot of delays with their entire infrastructure thrown off in disarray. Unfortunately, they blamed it just on the weather rather than take ownership of the situation as well.
IndiGo has struck a partnership with SonyLIV to provide a discounted price for customers to buy content before they get on board a plane. Here is how it works.
HDFC Bank and Visa have tied up to get you to use your contactless credit cards, and get up to 2000 HDFC Bank Reward points in the process. Offer valid till September 30, 2019.
Air India Express will become the next Indian carrier to move away from single-use plastic, to be followed later by Air India in phase 2.
Pakistan seems to be planning another airspace closure, this time for airlines flying to India. But no decision seems to be taken on this yet.
United has announced that effective immediately, miles will no longer expire for members of the Mileage Plus programme. This makes for a great move for those who were saving up their miles for a trip but don’t fly as much.
Marriott International is moving towards replacing single-use amenity bottles in hotel rooms with larger bottles, and expects to complete transition to the new format by the end of 2020.
American Express has rebranded one of their newer card products, and introduced new tweaks to the product as well. Here is everything you need to know.
The IndiGo London flight may be finally a wide body operation when it starts, if it starts. For now, the CEO says that they are in the process of evaluating the options they have, including a widebody aircraft, to fly IndiGo to London.
IHG PointBreaks September 2019 edition feature 196 properties from across the globe, including 8 InterContinental hotels going very cheap on points. For India, there are 4 good hotels as well. Book now.
The DGCA has issued an advisory on the carriage of certain series of Macbook Pro models on board aircraft in India. Here is how to find out if you can still fly with your Mac or not.