There are some interesting fares going around on the three low-fare carriers. Here are the details. Catch them before June 19, 2021.
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With the pandemic raging, the Indian carriers are being more liberal with their change policies, offering you the opportunity to reschedule your tickets for free, if you cannot travel on your originally designated date. Details inside.
There is a flurry of sales for travel around India ongoing. Each of the three no-frill carriers is offering you the opportunity to lock-in tickets now for travel between April and September 2021.
Tata Sons are buying out most of AirAsia’s stake in AirAsia India. This will mean the low-cost airline will be completely operated by Tata going into 2021.
AirAsia has indicated that their investment in AirAsia India is being reviewed at the moment. This indicates they might be on their way to exit the India JV sometime soon.
160 days after opening up domestic flights, Indian airlines have finally managed to see a day where over 200,000 people flew on the same day. 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.
India’s Civil Aviation Ministry has again decided to extend fare caps for another three months till February 2021. That just means airlines have to bleed longer.
Not all is hunky-dory at the Indian offshoot of the AirAsia group. Going by news reports, AirAsia India 49% owner AirAsia Bhd has refused to fund the airline and wants it to go the debt route for meeting its expenses.
The Supreme Court order on flight refunds states that many domestic flights booked during the lockdown will get full refunds, while flights booked before will be converted into credit shells. International flights also have many ifs and buts for refunds. Here are all the details in one place.
Indian airlines will now return to their old baggage allowance policies as they have clearance to go back to these limits from the Government of India. Here is what each airline will offer going forward.
100 days after opening up domestic flights, Indian airlines have finally managed to operate 1,000 flights for a week in a row. 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.