INDIA: Bringing relief for their guests, AirAsia India announced free cancellation and rescheduling for all flights to and from New Delhi between 19th and 26th April 2021, both days inclusive. AirAsia introduced this additional flexibility for guests in light of the lockdown and curfew on the movement of individuals announced by the Government of Delhi from 22.00 hrs on 19th April till 05.00 hrs on 26th April 2021, even though people going from and to airports are exempt on the production of a valid itinerary. All AirAsia guests flying to and from Delhi can now opt to cancel or reschedule to another flight without any change fees or cancellation charges.
In keeping with their philosophy of ensuring maximum convenience and flexibility, AirAsia also launched its #FlexIt campaign, offering free rescheduling on all flights across India for bookings made till 15th May 2021. To ensure that guests continue to have the greatest flexibility if their plans change with increased uncertainty and travel restrictions, the airline extended this offer for bookings made on its new website www.AirAsia.co.in as well as other major booking channels. AirAsia India also revamped its popular ‘Premium Flex’ fares, which in addition to unlimited changes, also offers a choice of seats, pre-booked hot meals for all flights above 2 hours, and among lowest charges of only ₹500 for cancellations made beyond 72 hours before the scheduled flight departure.
Flights can be changed or canceled seamlessly in less than a minute by AirAsia India’s new chatbot, Tia, available on AirAsia.co.in or on WhatsApp on +91 63600 12345. In addition to modifying bookings, the AI-powered chatbot Tia can also assist guests with travel advisories, FAQs, refunds, flight status, and service recovery options.
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