If you were thinking of flying into India or heading outside the country over the next few weeks, let’s forget it. India has announced that for now, only travel under the Vande Bharat Mission and air bubble flights are allowed.
Mandarin Oriental and Oberoi hotels have joined hands to create a frequent guest partnership which will recognise the guests of the other hotel chain at their properties and give them perks.
Lufthansa’s special flights to India and return have been cancelled at very short notice by the airline. The airline blames the Indian regulators for not renewing their slots, while the regulators state that they are willing to offer enough flights in terms of reciprocity to Lufthansa.
With Marriott Bonvoy partnering Mumbai Indians, Marriott Bonvoy plans to curate exclusive experiences for Marriott Bonvoy members involving contest, merchandise and access to the MI Paltan currently playing the IPL in Dubai. Sign up now, if you haven’t already!
HDFC Bank has launched a new time-limited promotion which offers discounts to the holders of HDFC Bank Credit Cards and up to 33% cashback in points terms. Just 36 hours more to go on this promotion, so act fast.
American Express is offering a massive bump up on the usual Membership Rewards points earned, offering all the way up to 15 MR/INR 100 spent on specific brands. Here is how to get these 15 MR/INR 100 this week.
Delhi Airport is shuffling flights from Terminal 3 to Terminal 2 for IndiGo and GoAir from October 1, 2020 onwards. Check if your flight has been affected.
A new travel rating agency is on the market, claiming to tell you all about travel safety during CoVid-19 times and taking it all down to a number which indicates good or bad. However, fails at doing its job.
I recently flew on-board IndiGo, India’s largest airline to Jaipur from Mumbai. Here is how flying has changed, and become safer in times of the pandemic.
Jio has tied up with AeroMobile, a company which enables cellular phone companies to add the ability to connect to the internet onboard planes with their cellphone plans at a cheap price. Here are the implications of this move.
Emirates, the Dubai-based airline will be making an extension of 12-months on status for all their elite members, to ensure they can enjoy their status going forward as well and make up for a lost time to travel due to the pandemic.