Air India Announces One-Time Ticket Waiver Amid Israel-Palestine Conflict

Air India has stepped up to support travelers affected by the Israel-Palestine conflict with a one-time ticket waiver. This gesture allows passengers to reschedule or cancel their flights to and from Tel Aviv with ease.
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The ongoing conflict between Israel and Palestine has led to the cancellation of several flights to and from Tel Aviv. This is due to safety concerns, as well as the closure of Israeli airspace.

In light of the current situation, Air India has announced a one-time ticket waiver for passengers with confirmed tickets on flights to and from Tel Aviv. This waiver is valid for tickets issued before October 9, 2023, and for travel until October 31, 2023.

Air India’s One-Time Ticket Waiver

Passengers who wish to reschedule or cancel their flights can do so without incurring any additional charges. To avail of the waiver, passengers must contact Air India customer care at least 24 hours before their scheduled departure time.

How to Reschedule or Cancel Your Flight

To reschedule or cancel your flight, you can contact Air India customer care at one of the following numbers:

  • 0124 264 1407
  • 020-26231407
  • 1860 233 1407

You can also contact Air India customer care through their website or social media channels.

This initiative reflects Air India’s commitment to its passengers’ well-being during times of uncertainty, demonstrating solidarity with those affected by the Israel-Palestine conflict.

Waivers from Other Airlines

Air India is not the only airline that has announced a one-time ticket waiver for flights to and from Tel Aviv. Other airlines, such as Emirates and Etihad Airways, have also announced similar waivers.

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Passengers who are planning to travel to or from Tel Aviv in the near future are advised to check with their airline for the latest information on flight cancellations and ticket waivers.

Conclusion

Air India’s one-time ticket waiver is a welcome move for passengers who have been affected by the Israel-Palestine conflict. It will allow passengers to reschedule or cancel their flights without incurring any additional charges.


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Manish Khandelwal
Manish Khandelwal

Manish Khandelwal, a travel-tech enthusiast with over a decade of experience in the travel industry. Founder and Editor-in-Chief of Travelobiz.com, he's passionate about writing.

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