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Jan 07, 2015
Planning your air travel? Tuesdays are the best days to find cheap ticketsWill air tickets be costly or cheap this year and is there really a “best” day to find low fares?
Dec 05, 2014
Acche Din for Aam Aadmi too? Kejriwal flies business class to DubaiAAP convener flew out to Dubai on Thursday because he is to be felicitated at the World Brands Summit, accompanied by party leader and senior Supreme Court lawyer HS Phoolka.
Nov 23, 2014
Sorry MPs, upgrades to biz class and more free baggage is just not possible: Air IndiaThe domestic fleet of Air India primarily consists of narrow-body planes like Airbus A-319s which have eight business class seats and A-320s and A-321s which have 20 such seats. Several of these aircraft are now being reconfigured to have only economy seats to compete with no-frill carriers.
Nov 18, 2014
Qatar Airways launches 2-for-1 ticket offer to boost business class salesBooking of tickets under the five-day promotional scheme commences today and the journey can be undertaken up to 31 March next year, Qatar Airways said in a release.
Nov 05, 2014
Lufthansa to pay Rs 20 lakh to wheelchair-bound businessman for forcing him to fly economyInternational carrier Lufthansa has been directed by the state consumer disputes redressel commission in Chennai to pay a whopping Rs 20 lakh to a seventy-year old, wheelchair bound businessman for allotting him a seat in the economy class even though he had bought a business class ticket on his return journey from Frankfurt to Chennai in 2010.
Jul 11, 2014
Perks of Air India joining Star Alliance: First class flyers can now taste, then choose foodA passenger would be able to access the destinations offered by the entire Star Alliance network of over 21,980 daily flights to 1,328 airports in 195 countries. All member airlines jointly own 4,338 aircraft which fly over 640 million passengers a year.
Sep 03, 2013
Rahul’s exclusive agenda: Cong is alienating many IndiasRahul Gandhi has been leading the Congress away from urban voters, it seems to want no truck with the youth, it has been remarkably nonchalant about the sagging economy, and has been winning no fans among the intelligentsia either.