NITN | @notintownlive | 06 Jan 2022, 10:56 am
Mumbai: AirAsia India announced free rescheduling for all new bookings made till Dec. 31 last year and is applicable until March 31.
The offer will be applicable for changes made 72 hours before the scheduled flight departure and fare differences, if any, will be applicable, said the budget airline.
AirAsia has extended this proposition for booking confirmations made through its official website, mobile app and other major booking channels.
This offer gives the airline's guests a taste of the airline’s ‘Premium Flex’ package, which AirAsia has been actively promoting.
The airline's customers booking ‘Premium Flex’ fares at a marginal supplement are given complimentary services, including unlimited rescheduling of flight bookings, discounted cancellation fees of only Rs 500 for cancellations beyond 72 hours, against the standard cancellation fees of Rs 3,000.
The other services under 'Premium Flex' include free standard seats, 50 percent off on premium hot seats, and a free selection of pre-booked meals from its new in-flight dining menu Gourmair.
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