In a bid to cash-in on the extra traffic expected during the Commonwealth Games, state-run Air India has offered two special schemes to its passengers flying out of Delhi.
Besides, the national air-carrier would operate two special flights from Auckland and Brisbane to Delhi.
Air India is the official airline partner for the mega sporting event starting in Delhi from October 3.
A passenger can avail of these two short-term promotional schemes between October 1 and November 14, Air India said in a
press release here.
Under the scheme 'Lucky 7', any individual travelling seven times on Air India domestic/international network in
economy class from Delhi during the validity period will be eligible for an economy-class return ticket (two coupons) to
any destination on the Air India domestic network from Delhi.
Similarly, the scheme 'Jumble 12' entitles an individual presenting 12 original economy-class boarding cards of the
scheme period for travel on Air India domestic/international network from Delhi will be eligible for an economy-class
return ticket (two coupons) to any destination on the Air India domestic network from Delhi, the release said.