First time in 10 years, Air India flight will surprise you with a new food menu. Since the past 10 years (approximately), the menu for the flights from Delhi to London has not been changed.
When Ashwani Lohani (new chairman and managing director of the airline) came to know about this, he immediately called for changing such rules and looking into matters, like the food served in flights.
According to him, the regional offices have been vested with the power to take decisions on such important matters.
Another official says that in the business of hospitality and airline, such issues cannot be dragged on for long years. Such issues should be resolved quickly.
The food menu should be changed in accordance with the changing times and as per the passengers’ demands.
The officials consider London as one of the most important routes for their airline. Hence, it is estimated that from now on, the menu provided in the Delhi to London flight would be changed.
From December 2, 2015, every passenger would have the opportunity to fly direct to San Francisco from Delhi by Air India. A trivia contest has been released by the San Francisco International Airport that requires the participants to answer five questions related to the new service and about Air India.
The contest is named as #NonstopAirIndia. According to reports, the participants may win round-trip tickets to New Delhi. The tickets might be of the economy class.
Air India is also offering 25% discount for female passengers till 31st of December.
Thus, Air India is definitely offering something valuable to its passengers.
As of now, it is estimated that services might be applicable or launched for 3 flights in a week, i.e. on Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays.
When Narendra Modi was on his visit to the Silicon Valley in September; he made announcement regarding this.
This new service would be the first ever service for non-stop flights from US (San Francisco) to India (New Delhi). Almost 39 international destinations have been offered the non-stop flights by San Francisco International Airport (SFO).
The largest airport in San Francisco Bay Area connects with 77 different cities in the United States.
कल से, मतलब 1 नवम्बर से 31 दिसम्बर तक महिला यात्रियों को 25 फीसद छूट मिलेगी एयर इंडिया की तरफ से।
एयर इंडिया ने ‘एग्जिक्यूटिव क्लास बोनांजा’ का ऑफर लांच किया है जिसमे चार योजनाएं हैं और इसकी वैधता केवल एक नवंबर से 31 दिसंबर तक होगी।
वह चार योजनाएं कुछ इस प्रकार हैं:
एग्जिक्यूटिव क्लास में सफर करने वाली महिला यात्रियों को 25 फीसद छूट मिलेगी (पहचान-पत्र की प्रति सौंपने पर)।
जो यात्री घरेलू मेट्रो नेटवर्क पर (जिसमे बेंगलुरु और चेन्नई शामिल नहीं हैं) चार बार यात्रा करेंगी, उन्हें एक तरफ का बिजनेस क्लास का टिकट मुफ्त मिलेगा और यह ही नहीं छह यात्रा करने पर आने-जाने का टिकट भी मुफ्त।
जो यात्री इकोनॉमी क्लास में सात दिनों में दिल्ली, हैदराबाद, मुंबई, चेन्नई, कोलकाता और बेंगलुरु में चार बार यात्रा करेंगे, उन्हें अपग्रेडेड एग्जिक्यूटिव क्लास वाउचर मिलेगा।
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यात्रियों को साप्ताहिक एवं मेगा लकी ड्रॉ में शामिल होने का मौका भी मिलेगा।
तो जल्द ही कल से हवाई यात्रा शुरू कर दीजिये और सेवाओ का लुफ्त उठाइए।
SpiceJet introduced 3 days sale offers for 1 lakh seats with tickets starting at Rs 799. The SpiceJet latest offering is not inclusive of taxes.
Every individual who book through the mobile app of the airline will get an additional discount of 10%.
The offer given by SpiceJet can be grabbed between August 20 and August 22, if you are planning for a travel period between 26th August, 2015 and 26th March, 2016.
SpiceJet said that the one-way fare would start from Rs. 799 to Rs. 2,699. The offer will cover popular destinations such as Bengaluru, Delhi, Mumbai, Srinagar, Goa and many more.
the airline added that the lowest fare for Rs. 799 will be available on various routes such as Mumbai-Goa, Delhi-Chandigarh, Madurai-Chennai, Jammu-Srinagar, Bengaluru-Kochi and Kolkata-Agartala.
Such promotional schemes help to boost the growth in passenger travel. Passengers travelling by domestic airlines within the first 7 months till July 2015 increased by 21% to 455.78 lakh.