American Express is expanding their lounge franchise to Mumbai’s Terminal 2, which means scores of Mumbai based Centurion, Platinum and other cardholders will now get access to this new lounge, scheduled to open by the end of this year.
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Air India will shut down their fifth freedom flight between London and Newark and launch Bengaluru to London within November 2018. That should give them a shot in the arm with cutting losses on the tag flight to Newark, which wasn’t making money for them.
Soon, all you’d need to zip around the airport would be your face with the government working introducing facial recognition based boarding passes. No more mini heart attacks when you’re not able to find that piece of paper at the airport!
October 2, 2018, marked a significant milestone for Airbus. The Airbus A321LR received certification. The first A321LR is slated to be delivered to Israel’s LCC arkia by year end. This adds an enormous capacity to the range of the most prominent member of the A320 family, potentially the one that will power IndiGo’s European dreams.
Flying in and out of Delhi between November 15 and November 28 this year? Your flight may be delayed due to the upcoming runway maintenance at Delhi. No-frills flyers will be impacted the most.
Don’t be surprised if you see passengers flying on other airlines at the Etihad First & Business class lounge at London. No1 Lounges will be taking over this lounge this week. Read more for details.
SpiceJet’s first Boeing 737 MAX aircraft has landed in India. This would be inducted in service shortly and will be used to fly to Hong Kong from November 2018. Here is what to expect inside this plane.
50 years since the first Boeing 747 rolled off the assembly line for PanAm. Now, Air India is planning to deploy their 747s on the Delhi – Kolkata and Delhi – Mumbai routes during Durga Puja and Diwali and promises a new experience to everyone.
SpiceJet is all set to fly to Hong Kong from Delhi later this year. Bookings are currently open and the timings look pretty good for budget travellers. The more you save on tickets, the more you can spend on food and shopping in Hong Kong!
IndiGo is adding routes and aircraft at a mind-boggling rate, in times of high fuel prices and diminishing profits. For one, they have added Kuala Lumpur as their 12th international destination starting November 1. They will add daily flights from New Delhi and Bengaluru to Kuala Lumpur.
Jet Airways was supposed to go ahead with their meal-less ticket sales today. But the airline has decided to delay their plans by a few weeks. That means, you still get food on these cheap tickets for the coming days.