Nov 232012
 
Premium Economy Class-The New Trend for India Flights

In a bid to tempt flyers, Cathay Pacific has introduced tickets for premium economy class in its Delhi-Hong Kong flights. Other airlines like Virgin Atlantic and British airways are also offering the same service on their long-haul flights! Hong Kong based carrier, Cathay Pacific has started offering tickets for premium economy class aboard its Delhi-Hong Kong flights in a bid « Continue Reading »

Nov 202012
 
Global Carriers Eye India with Renewed Interest

It appears that international carriers are renewing their interest in India, adding new destinations and increasing frequencies. The move is sure to delight passengers who often look for tickets to travel to various destinations in India. Global travellers are likely to have more flights options to buy tickets for travel to popular cities in India. International « Continue Reading »

Jun 072012
 
Social seating plans: The future of flying

Passengers will be able to choose their travel buddy The days of having to suffer a long flight stuck next to a passenger with whom you don’t get on could soon be over as more and more airlines move towards social seating plans. As there’s nothing worse than sitting down next to a screaming child who won’t let you finish « Continue Reading »

May 092011
 

UAE’s two major airlines – Emirates and Etihad Airways – have decided to ease burden on travellers. Emirates removed the fuel surcharge from tickets, while Etihad Airways is offering up to 40 per cent off on economy class airfares for May. Travel with some of the UAE based airlines is all set to get cheaper as two popular operators slash « Continue Reading »

Jan 132011
 

Budget airline IndiGo is planning to offer international flights in the near future as it expands its fleet. Budget airline IndiGo is planning to offer international flights in the near future as it expands its fleet. The carrier is hoping to eventually offer flights to India from a number of destinations in the Middle East and Southeast Asia, according to IndiGo’s « Continue Reading »

Jan 112011
 
Air India Express resumes flights to Mumbai

Air India Express has confirmed that it is to re-offer passengers the chance to take flights to Mumbai from Bahrain. Air India Express has confirmed that it is to re-offer passengers the chance to take flights to Mumbai from Bahrain. The carrier is to offer the service twice a week and will also enable travellers to connect with flights to Bangalore and « Continue Reading »

Jan 102011
 

A Nepalese airline is planning to launch new flights to India as it continues to expand. A Nepalese airline is planning to launch new flights to India as it continues to expand. Buddha Air recently developed from a domestic provider in Nepal to an international carrier by introducing flights to Bhutan and is now offering flights to Lucknow in « Continue Reading »

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