Air India flying to Mumbai again

Air India flying to Mumbai again

With the holiday season round the corner, Air India is offering passengers from Singapore several options to make their trip to India a pleasant one.

On Nov 19, the airline reintroduced its Mumbai flight, with convenient connections to Ahmedabad, Nagpur, Goa and other points in India. The airline is offering attractive introductory fares in this sector.

Air India has also introduced bigger aircraft on the Mumbai and Chennai sectors. It is now flying the wide-bodied A330 aircraft to both cities. The airline operates two daily flights to Chennai, one in the morning and the other in the evening from Singapore. On both these sectors, the airline is offering business class seats at attractive rates.

Last month, Air India opened its new lounge at Terminal 3 of the Indira Gandhi International Airport in New Delhi. Air India's economy class and other airline passengers can use the lounge for a nominal charge of Rs500 for two hours using their credit/debit card.

Shower facilities are available for an additional Rs200.

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