Wednesday, April 4, 2012

Air India's New Offer Spells Big Savings on Flights to India

Air India is going all out to woo senior citizens who are travelling to India! India’s flag carrier has announced “Senior Citizen Companion Fare” that will allow two senior citizens who are travelling together to save some serious amount of money.

Travellers who are 62 years of age or older will now be able to save at least $1,300 each on published round trip Executive Class tickets on flights to India in case two senior passengers travel together. The offer is valid on AI’s non-stop flights to Delhi from John F. Kennedy International Airport, Newark Liberty International Airport to Mumbai, or Chicago O'Hare International Airport to Delhi and return. Air India’s flights to India from North America are served by either Boeing 777-200LR or 777-300ER aircraft.

The state-run airline has even come up with special add-ons for connections to more than 50 other major cities in India for passengers who want to take advantage of the “Senior Citizen Companion Fare” but want to travel beyond Delhi or Mumbai.

Interested travellers must take care of certain points before booking their cheap flights to India under the scheme.

  • The offer applies to transatlantic travel Monday through Thursday in both directions, with travel commencing on or before October 15, 2012.
  • Travellers must book their cheap flights to India with the airline by September 30th.
  • Minimum stay in India is 21 days and the maximum stay is 6 months for those travelling under this plan.
  • Tickets are refundable, less a cancellation fee of $500 per passenger.

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