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According to Flightstats.com for flights from IXL to DEL, you really want to go to Air India. Their cancellation rates are almost nil, and way ahead of GoAir and Jet Airways. It doesn't mention Kingfisher, however. Air India's policy on cancellation, refunds and the like is available on their webpage. It's long, but basically there are a few rules about ...
The T3 Terminal is open throughout the night and you should easily be able to move around anywhere publicly accessible inside it. If you have a visa, you can just as easily go out. Since you mentioned you have a domestic flight, I'll assume you do have a visa. Unfortunately though, there is a lot of hustle and bustle due to international flight departures in ...
Air India has bilateral partnerships with at least two programs: Lufthansa Singapore Airlines There may be others; they have a number of codeshare partners, for example, and even though Air India is not listed as a partner on either's website, Austrian and Swiss also participate in Lufthansa's Miles & More program. Note that for frequent flyer ...
I believe one can carry tripods on carry-on bags. But its advisable to fit that inside the luggage than strapped to backpack/camera bag. I've carried my tripod like this on two occasions. First time I traveled on Jet Airways - a domestic flight between Bangalore and Delhi. I packed that in a kit (one similar to sports bag) and a friend who was travelling ...
The Guide to Sleeping in Airports has an entry on DEL.
Air India will not provide overnight accommodation on this route. I think All Nippon were the last to offer such a service, but even they have stopped it now
TL;DR: You need to present your M&M account number at the check-in or apply for retroactive credit for a flight online at miles-and-more.com under the menu point "Mileage request". There is no real harm in registering at all the frequent flier programs where you are able to earn miles on. The airline has your data anyhow already once you take a ...
SAMS SNOOZE AT MY SPACE may be what you are looking for. Be advised though. IGI Airport like all airports in India restricts passenger movement. Some areas are strictly meant for international transfers only. Also, check out IGI's Aiport Hotel.
If it can fit inside a backpack it's definitely no problem. I've never had an issue with mine (strapped to the outside of my pack) on international flights. I've never flown on Aeroflot, Kingfisher Airlines or Air India before though.
Air India is the national, government-owned airline of India. Because of this, it has a mandate to run on less popular sectors and provide them air connectivity, even if it is at the expense profitability. Private airlines like Kingfisher, GoAir (not to be confused with Indigo), and Jet Airways sometimes do cancel flights if seat occupancy on any particular ...
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