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Air India Express and AirAsia India have launched Unaccompanied Minor (UMNR) service, a dedicated and safe travel option for young flyers between the ages of five and twelve years, enabling them to travel across all direct sectors. The service, which was offered on international flights, has been enhanced and extended to domestic sectors as well, […]Continue Reading
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AIX Connect, operating as AirAsia India, announced the launch of its Splash Sale with fares starting at INR 1,467, for routes such as Delhi-Jaipur, in addition to similar discounted sale fares across its network. The offer is applicable on bookings made till 4th July 2023 for travel till September 30th, 2023. AirAsia India is the […]Continue Reading
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In a significant development, AirAsia India flight i5-767 departed from Pune to New Delhi using a blend of indigenous sustainable aviation fuel supplied by Indian Oil Corporation Ltd (IOCL) in partnership with Praj Industries Ltd (Praj). Union minister of petroleum and natural gas, Hardeep Singh Puri, received the special flight at the airport. “This flight […]Continue Reading
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Air India has announced the latest step in its progress optimisation of network following the full subsidiarisation of Air Asia India in November 2022. In this current phase, three stations – Bhubaneswar (BBI), Bagdogra (IXB) and Surat (STV) – will now be served by Air Asia India, rather than Air India. Delhi- Visakhapatnam and Mumbai-Lucknow […]Continue Reading
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AirAsia India has announced that the airline would be moving all domestic operations to the newly launched Terminal 2 at Kempegowda International Airport, Bengaluru (BLR Airport) from February 15. AirAsia India would be operating from T2 with state-of-the-art facilities and a majority of departures being facilitated via aerobridge. Bengaluru is the home base and largest Continue Reading
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Domestic airlines transported 123 million passengers last year as against 83 million in the year 2021 thus registering an annual growth of 47%, showed monthly traffic data released by the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA). But the number hasn’t crossed per-Covid volumes as in the calendar year 2019, domestic airlines had flown 144 lakh […]Continue Reading
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