Cathay Pacific introduces the "World of Winners" Ticket Offers, a captivating campaign that gives travelers a chance to win round-trip tickets to Hong Kong. With multiple phases and exciting giveaways, participants can embark on an incredible journey to discover the wonders of this beloved city.
Air India has announced the resumption of its nonstop Amritsar-Mumbai flight service, addressing the capacity deficit caused by the temporary cessation of operations by another airline. Passengers can now book flights for seamless travel and early morning arrivals, with convenient onward connectivity to key cities in southern and central India.
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines has launched the Premium Comfort Class in India, catering to the growing demand for elevated travel experiences. Passengers can enjoy wider and more comfortable seats, distinctive catering, sustainable amenities, and other benefits onboard the Boeing 787 and Boeing 777 aircraft servicing key routes.
Emirates will require most passengers departing Dubai to use mobile boarding passes instead of printed paper versions, starting from May 15. This initiative aims to reduce paper waste while providing a convenient and speedy check-in experience. Passengers can access their mobile boarding passes via email, SMS, or the Emirates App, and use them throughout their journey, from Dubai Duty Free to boarding the aircraft.
The Indian government is set to introduce the "Trusted Traveller Programme," aiming to simplify and expedite immigration checks for Indian passport holders at international airports. The programme will commence as a pilot project at Delhi and Mumbai airports, gradually expanding to other airports in the country.
Go First, the low-cost carrier, is planning to restart its flight services on May 24th, with a smaller operation. The airline has been granted protection under a moratorium by the National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) from recovery by lessors and lenders. This comes after Go First became the first Indian airline to voluntarily seek bankruptcy protection to renegotiate contracts and debt.
Airfares to popular summer vacation destinations are expected to increase further before the summer vacation. Travel industry executives have noted that the rise in airfare is due to more individuals planning their trips well in advance.
The airport is connected to 234 destinations in 99 different nations, with India being the most popular destination for travellers. Airfares are predicted to increase even further before the summer vacation to popular destinations like the UK, Egypt, and the Indian subcontinent.
The National Company Law Tribunal has granted Go First Airlines bankruptcy protection as the low-cost carrier attempts to revive itself. While this is positive news for Go First, foreign lessors looking to repossess their planes will face challenges. Pratt & Whitney, the engine maker, has denied Go First's claims about faulty engines without evidence.
Myanmar Airways International (MAI) has commenced direct non-stop flights between Chennai and Yangon, with an Embraer E190LR aircraft, to enhance connectivity and promote tourism and trade opportunities between India and Myanmar.