Mumbai is in a deluge right now, and thanks to this, airport operations are intermittently going through. Airlines have started to offer cancellation and reschedule waivers. Jet Airways, Air India, Indigo and Vistara have already announced travel waivers so far.
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Air India operates their Boeing 787-8 services across the world, including between Mumbai and London. We flew in Business Class only to find some very nice people attending to us with a reasonably good product as well. Check out our review of Air India Business Class
The Mumbai GVK Lounge is accessible only to those who have been invited by the airline due to Business Class travel or status. But there is one way your Priority Pass could work there too!
It seems Mumbai Airport Terminal 2 will have another new lounge soon? Here is all the stuff we know so far about this lounge under consideration.
The JW Marriott Mumbai Sahar is a beautiful airport hotel right outside the Mumbai airport. We stayed here right before starting a trip, and here is how it went.
Air India is going bigger by the day, after the announcement of flights to Los Angeles, comes a new one today. Nairobi. And a new route to Frankfurt. Find out all the details inside!
After Jet Airways’ rapid rise into Amsterdam, the home carrier of Amsterdam, KLM is coming back to Mumbai after 16 years. Here are all the details of the flight we know between Mumbai and Amsterdam. Another option for you to get to the US, and over the pond now.
The American Express Lounge at Mumbai Airport is shutting down from tomorrow. That means, you are not left with many options when you fly from Terminal 1.
The frequent flyers in India will have one more moment to themselves getting on a plane. They don’t have to wait for their bags to be stamped with a security clearance after it is done, with effect from April 1, 2017. This would soon be implemented at other airports as well!
With the changes in the aviation world hitting us hard and fast over the past two days, it seems a lot of Indians and other Asian travelers won’t be able to fly to the USA with their gadgets in sight. Perhaps it’s time for them to consider Air India and Jet Airways as an option.
Etihad is going to withdraw their A380 service from India from July 1, 2017. That would make it perhaps one of the quickest turnaround from “India is an important market” to “India, you don’t make us enough money!”