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AirAsia India offers free rescheduling of bookings until May 15

NITN | @notintownlive | 20 Apr 2021, 12:23 am

AirAsia India offers free rescheduling of bookings until May 15 Aviation

Mumbai/NITN: Passengers on AirAsia India can now make free unlimited changes for all bookings and changes made till May 15, 2021, according to the airlines.

The #FlexIt offer will allow passengers to reschedule on all flights irrespective of the travel dates, without incurring any flight change fees

With a spurt in the number of COVID-19 cases and pandemic containment regulations being implemented by different Indian states, this offer comes as a relief to AirAsia India passengers who may have to reschedule their plans at the last moment.

The offer is available on as well as other major booking channels.

Flights can be rescheduled in less than a minute by AirAsia India’s chatbot on or even on WhatsApp on +91 63600 12345, according to the airline.

In addition to rescheduling flights and modifying bookings, chatbot Tia can also assist guests with travel advisories, FAQs, claim refunds, check flight status or explore service recovery options.
The #FlexIT offer is separate from the airline's ‘Premium Flex’ fares, which in addition to unlimited changes, also offer a choice of seats, pre-booked hot meals for all flights above 2 hours, and the lowest charges of only ₹500 for cancellations made beyond 72 hours before the scheduled flight departure.

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