'Super Fares' by Air India for Unconfirmed Bookings of Rajdhani Express
July 06, 2016
Offers all-inclusive one way fares on select routes at a fare equivalent to that of Rajdhani Express (1A)
Air India brings joy to passengers who are unable to get confirmed bookings on Rajdhani Express with its Super Fares scheme. Under the scheme, passengers can book the tickets 4 hours prior to the flight departure at a fare which is equivalent to that of
Rajdhani Express (1A). Passengers can avail an all-inclusive economy class one way fare on select Air India domestic routes starting June 26th, 2016 till September 30th 2016.
Currently 21 Rajdhani Express trains run across the Indian Railways Network and close to 20,000 passengers travel with the train on daily basis. However, thousands of passengers are unable to get confirmed tickets due to non-availability of seats. Air India
will bridge this gap as passengers can book the tickets through Air India booking offices or from
www.airindia.com and reach their destination at the same cost of Rajdhani Express, but in much lesser time. While booking the tickets through Air India website, customers need to apply promo code ‘SPOT’.
For more information, please log on to www.airindia.com
June 28, 2016
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