Air India International Flights: Several passengers complained that while the ticket price got deducted from their account, they did not receive any ticket via email.
Air India indeed is doing a good job by bringing Indians back to their home. It brought A total of 1,65,375 Indians from abroad till Thursday under the Vande Bharat Mission.
Kudos to Air India!
But, several passengers tweeted about the booking problem as soon as the booking for international flights on the Air India site started at 6 PM on Saturday, all tickets were Shown – ‘sold out’.
Several passengers complained that the ticket price got deducted from their account but they did not receive any ticket on their email.
Taking to Twitter, Air India said that it could be due to some technical problems.
In case, you also booked a ticket on Air India portal and got the money deducted from your bank account but did not receive any ticket on your email, don’t panic. Follow the steps below.
Here’s what you should do in case you are facing some issues on the Air India site:
- Email your problem to – email@example.com
- Or, you may call at 011-24667473/011-24667474 (Monday to Saturday, 0930 hrs. – 1730 hrs. IST).
- For those who are facing issues on the mobile app, mail the issue to the email id: firstname.lastname@example.org
As demands for international flights is increasing gradually, Air India, which is the only carrier operating international flights under the Vande Bharat Mission, has announced to add 10 more flights between India and USA. These will be operated between June 20 and July 3.
At present, there are 70 flights between India and the US. Union civil aviation minister Hardeep Singh Puri had earlier announced the addition of these 10 flights, the details of which have been released by the airline on Friday.
- Four flights each from and to New York and Washington (eight flights)
- One each from and two San Francisco and Chicago (two flights).
For full flight schedule, visit here: Vande Bharat Mission Phase 3 – Flight Schedule
While regular domestic passenger flights resumed on May 25 after a two-month gap, regular international passenger flights continue to be suspended in India.
Under the Vande Bharat Mission, Air India and its subsidiary Air India Express began operating international flights from May 7 onwards to repatriate stranded Indians from abroad. The first phase was from May 7 to 16, after which the second phase began.
The third phase of the Vande Bharat Mission got underway on Thursday and can continue till July 2. Phase-III will have 432 international flights from 43 countries reaching 17 states and union territories.
A total of 1,65,375 Indians have returned from abroad till Thursday under the evacuation mission, the first phase of which was launched on May 7.