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Indian Airlines i-Check-in

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Now Indian Airlines also introduces i-Check-in

It gives you the freedom to check-in through the Internet on This Internet check-in facility is available 24X7 on all domestic flights. You can choose your seat online.

The online check-in is available for flights departing either on the same day or the next day. The passengers holding e-ticket, Dial-A-Ticket, net-ticket or Bid&Fly can check-in online up to two hours prior to scheduled departure of the flight. So, the next time when you travel by Indian, check-in online and ensure that you reach Security Check thirty minutes prior to the departure of the flight along with your photo ID.



Unlimited Air Travel for NRI

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If you are on a tight schedule, and you are thinking of doing most of your traveling by air, here are some schemes available to NRI/tourists:


Jet airways [3 types]
i. 7 days Visit India pass (Adult: USD 400) unlimited travel on domestic sectors
ii. 7 days Regional Visit India Fare (Adult: USD 320) unlimited travel to destinations within specified regions (click here)
iii. 15/21 days Visit India pass (Adult: USD 630; 895 respectively) unlimited travel within entire network




List of Domestic Flight Carriers

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As we know now that India has so many domestic flight carriers that once can get really good deal.

All these India's domestic flights now have online booking system as well as they all have their specials deals every now and then.

The List of domestic flights are


Dial a Cab in India

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Yup, you heard it right. Similar to what you might have seen in foreign countries, Indian metro cities will also have ‘dial-a-cab’. Just dial one number and a Cab(which is actually a Taxi) will reach your place for pickup.

Sounds wonderful. !!

Most of Delhi’tes have heard about radio cabs an always-connected network of air -conditioned cabs Delhi has three radio cab players currently Mega Cabs, Dial-a-cab and Metro Cabs all running on CNG. A fourth player Easycabs is set to enter the market soon.

The largest player Megacabs is increasing its fleet by more than four times to 280 by the end of September, at an investment of Rs 11 crore. This is good news for the consumer, whose average waiting time for the call-cab will come down to 15 minutes from about half an hour now - Kunal Lalani, MD, Mega Cabs.

All new cars will have two-way connectivity with the main control room and will also be constantly tracked via satellite (using GPS and GPRS). Dial-a-cab, which is doubling its fleet to 50 cars by the year-end, is also opting for similar technology.



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