American Express has gone global with their offer for Calm Premium, offering the meditation and stress management app free of cost to their members across the world for a year. Here is a list of which countries and which cards qualify, including the US, India, UK and others.
Carriers flying into India and operating domestically will now be able to resume meal service on aircraft with some limitations, on both domestic as well as international flights.
A new Marriott Bonvoy Status Match offer is providing you instant Marriott Status for 90 days and extending it till 2022 once you give enough business to the chain to comply with the terms of the offer. Here is how to get this status.
Vistara’s inflight safety video made its debut today, on the eve of the launch of the airline’s long-haul flying on the 787-9 to London Heathrow. It combines the Indian outdoors with Yoga and takes you on a wonderfully done work for a safety video.
90 days after opening up domestic flights, Indian airlines have finally managed to operate 1,000 flights a day twice in a week. Is this the start of a good trend or just a coincidence? What does the data for domestic flights show us? Let us find out.
Virgin Atlantic will be providing insurance cover to everyone who will be flying the airline between August 24, 2020, and March 31, 2021. The policy will be focussed on CoVid-19 related protection for their customers.
Karnataka has announced that with immediate effect, they will not require any CoVid-19 related disclosures or testing on arrival and no more quarantine will be required as well.
Vistara has announced the launch of their flights between India and the UK, albeit as relief flights which will operate between August 28 and September 30, 2020. This would be the first foray for Vistara into the long-haul space.
Good News, Air India is adding 145 flights each way between India and the USA. Here are the routes and how to book.
India and Qatar have struck a new air corridor agreement which will allow travellers from both sides to fly to the other country for a limited window in August 2020.
Air India has let go about 50 pilots overnight, without any notice. Not just that, they then went on to have one of those pilots operate a flight between Delhi and Bangalore, oblivious of the fact that he was no longer on their payroll.