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Tuesday, 26 July 2016

One More Flying Bird is About to Fly in Indian Sky ….. Yes its Zooooooom Air

ZOOM AIR - the word says it all…meet the brand new Airlines’ of India
It’s the newest in the aviation industry for India which is about to start its operations with main base at Terminal 3 Indira Gandhi International Airline in New Delhi in August 2016.   
( subject to DGCA approval ).

As Mr. KOUSTAV M. DHAR the CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER & EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR (with over 24 years as experience)  and an experienced and experts hands managing the top hierarchy, ZOOM AIR lays a platform for the younger generation for career opportunities as well.

Connecting to almost all major cities of India including New Delhi, Kolkata, Mumbai, Hyderabad , Aizawl, Aurangabad, Chandigarh, Dharamshala, Kullu, Jorhat, Lucknow, Ranchi, Srinagar, it extends its services for the first time in Durgapur (West Bengal) and Shillong (Capital of Meghalaya).

The Airline connects for first time the Steel city of Durgapur (West Bengal ) with daily multiple direct frequencies to Kolkata, New Delhi and Mumbai with premium service on board. Also first time state Capital of Meghalaya gets direct Air connectivity Daily to Kolkata and then further to Mumbai, New Delhi and major cities

Team of Ultimate Travel Jockeys @FareHawker.Com wish them luck for their endeavor.

Wednesday, 13 July 2016

Why travel from train, when you can fly!

Air India will offer ticket prices equivalent to AC II tier fares on Rajdhani train on several additional routes including from the national capital to Ahemdabad, Goa and Hyderabad.
These ticket prices as low as 2,240, would be available within four hours of the scheduled departure of the flights. The carrier is already offering it on four routes and with the new addition, the total number of such sector would be increase to 11.
According to Air India’s official website it has decided to add seven more routes for the reduced rates “on account of popular response and with an aim to enhance growth”.
The routes are Delhi-Ranchi-Delhi, Delhi-Ahemdabad-Delhi, Delhi-Goa-Delhi, Delhi-Patna-Delhi, Delhi-Hyderabad-Delhi, Delhi-Bhubaneshwar-Delhi and Delhi-Raipur-Delhi.
The ‘Spot Fares’ scheme where ticket price equivalent to Rajdhani Express AC I are also available – is from June 27 to September 30. It is available for more than 100 flights across the country.
Air India might pose challenges for private carriers, which are alleged to charging excessive fares for last minute bookings.
-Vishal Tiwari