NITN | @notintownlive | 11 Nov 2021, 03:47 am
Bengaluru/NITN: Popular airline Air Asia India has introduced several new features which will help those who want to carry excess cabin baggage or want the flexibility of unlimited free flight changes among other things.
Starting from November 1, passengers booking on Air Asia India can carry excess cabin baggage (above the permissible free limit) by pre-booking the same at extra fixed charge.
Passengers will have to pay Rs 600 for three kg and Rs 1000 for five kg for the same.
The current free limit is 7 kg.
The airline has introduced a Premium Flex package where passengers can avail unlimited free flight changes, pre-book any hot meal free of cost, and avail free standard seat and Hot Seat (1 to 5, 12 and 14) at 50 per cent cost.
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