Indigo Offers 12 Lakh Seats At Rs 1212; Vistara Introduces Robot For Customer Service!
Indigo is celebrating their 12th anniversary on August 5th
India’s largest airlines by passengers carried and fleet size: Indigo has announced a 4-day sales extravaganza for celebrating their anniversary.
Meanwhile Vistara, the Tata-owned private airlines has now introduced a robot for customer service operations inside airport.
Read on to know more!
12 lakh seats are up for grabs, at just Rs 1212!
Indigo will be celebrating their 12th anniversary on August 5th.
As part of their celebrations, Indigo is offering 12 lakh seats across India, for just Rs 1212..
This has been described as India’s one of the biggest ticket sales in recent times.
IndiGo’s Chief Strategy Officer William Boulter said, “We are delighted to announce this biggest sale of Indian airline seats. IndiGo will turn 12 on August 4 and to make this occasion more memorable, we are offering 12 lakh seats across our network of 57 cities at special fares,”
The special price for tickets would be valid for travel between July 25, 2018 and March 30, 2019; and the sale has begin today, that is Tuesday (July 10th) and end on Friday, that is July 13th.
Passengers can travel across 57 cities as part of this special anniversary sale.
Users of SBI cards can avail 5% cashback as well if the amount of transaction is more than Rs 3000.
As of now, Indigo operates 1,086 daily flights, connecting 42 domestic and 8 international destinations across the globe.
AirAsia too has announced special discount sale for airtickets, wherein prices start from Rs 999; and Jet Airways has already announced 30% discount on all domestic and international air tickets.
Vistara’s Robot Debuts In Airport
Vistara Airlines, the joint venture between Tata Sons and Singapore Airlines has decided to deploy a humanoid to serve their customers.
RADA is the name of the humanoid, which has been developed by Tata Innovations Lab.
The robot greets passengers at the Vistara’s Signature lounge at the Indira Gandhi International Airport (Terminal 3). Built on a chassis of 4 wheels, RADA can move 360 degrees and is empowered with 3 built-in cameras for cognitive interaction.
This robot can move in a pre-defined path, and assists passengers in scanning their boarding passes, giving information about weather and flight schedules.
We will keep you updated as receive more information.