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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 ...


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Kingfisher Airlines' cancellation policy states this: Financial Compensation INR 2,000/‐ or the value of the ticket whichever is less for flights having a block time of up to and including one hour. INR 3,000/‐ or the value of the ticket whichever is less for flights having a block time of more than one hour and up to and including two ...


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As per this news report, Kingfisher has filed a fresh flight schedule with DGCA (Director General of Civil Aviation). Apparently, they have cut down their total number of flights to 170 (from around 248) daily. Here is the link for updated flight schedules for the month of February. http://www.flykingfisher.com/pdf/Flight_schedule_23February2012.pdf. To ...


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I'm not totally sure your question is on topic, also because you're asking for an opinion in the first part of your question. Still, the short answer to your question is that you'll probably have to deal with it. You can harass their customer service, blog, tweet and facebook about it, which could make a difference, but considering this is an airline with ...


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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 ...


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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.


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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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