Air India has launched a new scheme that offers seats to passengers who are unable to get confirmed bookings on Rajdhani Express trains.
Under the national carrier’s new ‘Super Fares’ programme, it will offer fares equivalent to those for first class seats in the trains. The Rajdhani Express network connects Delhi with multiple cities across India, including Chennai, Lucknow, Jammu, Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Ranchi and Bhubaneswar.
Passengers can avail an all-inclusive economy class one-way fare on select Air India domestic routes from now until 30 September 2016. Tickets can be booked four hours prior to the flight departure at a fare equivalent to that of the Rajdhani Express.
Currently, 21 Rajdhani Express trains run across the Indian Railways network, but thousands of passengers are unable to get confirmed tickets due to non-availability of seats.
While booking the tickets through Air India website, customers need to apply the promo code ‘SPOT’.