Air India launched its own executive lounge at Terminal 3 of the IGI Airport at New Delhi. The lounge features several services for First and Business Class travellers booking tickets on flights arriving at the airport in India’s capital city.
India’s national airline, Air India (AI) has opened a premium executive lounge for its First and Business Class passengers at the IGI airport in New Delhi, India. The development, which took place recently, is seen as the airline’s continued commitment to pamper those who buy premium class tickets on its flights.
The new Air India executive lounge at the airport portrays the airline’s unbeatable style and service notion, along with first-rate ambience and feel. First and business class travellers, booking tickets aboard AI flights, may enjoy a host of complimentary services and facilities after buying flights’ tickets.
The stylish lounge at Terminal 3 of the IGI features some of the finest business services and amenities, which as per the press release issued by the airline, include the following:
• Accessible 24 hours a day
• Hot food, Snacks, Cookies and Salad bar
• Freshly brewed coffee/tea
• Finest collection of drinks
• Comfortable ample seating area
• Newspapers & Magazines
• Shower with amenities (Only available at the International Departure)
• Regular Flight Updates
The airline has announced that even its economy class passengers and those booking tickets aboard flights with other airline may also enjoy the moment of peace and tranquillity of the carrier’s latest luxury offering for a minimal fee.
Experts believe the airline has launched the newest luxury lounge as a response to foreign airlines, including Emirates and Lufthansa operating premium- class lounges at T3 and catering to high value premium travellers who book flights’ tickets.
At T3, international airlines providing tickets on flights to and from India send their business and first-class passengers to Premium Plaza and ITC. In fact, these have become a common pool for premium flyers booking tickets on scheduled flights to and from the city to get pampered with superlative services and facilities at the airport.
Air India has been using the facilities of Premier Plaza in the international terminal, in addition to a coffee shop in the domestic terminal and a private lounge in the international terminal for its premier passengers booking business-class tickets aboard its flights.
Air India is the state-owned national carrier of India with its main hubs at Delhi and Mumbai airports. The airline offers tickets on flights on its extensive network that includes destinations within Asia and to the Middle East, Europe and North America.