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Akasa Air partners with DreamFolks to offer passengers lounge access at 54 locations

Akasa Air has introduced departure lounge access for its customers across select airports in the country, in partnership with DreamFolks Services Limited, India’s largest airport lounge access aggregator. The service, available at a fee, is designed to offer Akasa Air customers the choice to access airport departure lounges for greater comfort and a seamless travel experience.

DreamFolks operates in 54 lounges across India, and with this new partnership with Akasa Air, flyers can enjoy access to the lounges in Mumbai, Delhi, Bengaluru, Chennai, Ahmedabad, Kochi, Guwahati, Agartala, Lucknow, Varanasi, Hyderabad, Pune, Kolkata and Bhubaneshwar. Flyers can purchase the lounge access up to 12 hours prior to departure on Akasa Air’s website and mobile app. Progressively, the service will be made available for purchase across more destinations. Lounge access rates per passenger will vary from city to city and is available at the time of booking on and app.

Commenting on the partnership, Liberatha Kallat, CMD, said, “We are thrilled to collaborate with Akasa Air and offer their customers access to our extensive network of departure lounges at select airports in India. DreamFolks Services Limited has always been at the forefront of delivering top-notch airport services and we are committed to providing an exceptional travel experience to all travellers through our partnerships. With Akasa Air’s fast-growing network and commitment to customer experience, we believe this partnership will bring immense value to Akasa Air passengers.”

Commenting on the introduction of the new add-on service, Belson Coutinho, Co-Founder and Chief Marketing & Experience Officer, Akasa Air, said, “We are continuously augmenting ways to offer high quality, comfortable and convenient travel experience. The introduction of lounge access service is yet another step in this direction, which allows our customers to enjoy the convenience and comfort of a lounge at a reasonable fee. We are delighted to partner with DreamFolks to offer this added layer of comfort and peace of mind to our valued customers.”

Akasa Air now flies to 17 cities operating over 900 weekly flights across India.


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