Jan 07, 2017: After the decision to deploy Boeing 747 on Delhi-Mumbai route in December 2013, Air India has now added on customer delight by allowing up to 40 kilogram and 50 kilogram of free check-in baggage for economy and business class passengers respectively on this service.
Passengers flying on Delhi-Mumbai route will have an opportunity to experience flying the airlines’ legendary ‘Queen of the Skies’.
Presently, Air India allows 25 kilogram in economy class and 35 kilogram in business class of free check-in baggage on its flights as compared to 15 kilogram offered by other airlines.
Two flights that operate on Mumbai-Delhi route by B747 depart from Mumbai (AI 806 and AI 888) at 0800 hours in the morning and 1900 hours in the evening and arrive in Delhi 1015 hours and 2105 hours respectively. Two flights operating on Delhi-Mumbai route depart Delhi (AI665 and AI805) at 0800 hours in the morning and 2000 in the evening and arrive in Mumbai at 1005 hours and 2225 hours respectively, release stated.
Air India is also offering attractive fares starting from Rs 15,000 onwards for travel in First class till January 15, 2017, a service that is being offered only by the flag carrier.