Air India Express (AI Express) has introduced a business class-like product on some flights and added Boeing 737 Max aircraft. The airline currently has three 737 MAX aircraft, which were originally built for Chinese airlines and feature 4-8 business class seats in the front row.
When AI Express launched its first new aircraft in October, it offered business class seats as an add-on on domestic routes at a flat fee of Rs 4,500. On Tuesday, the airline announced the launch of VIP Vista fares. “Passengers booking Vista VIP fares will enjoy the convenience of spacious seats and extra legroom, increased baggage allowance of 40kg on international flights and 25kg on domestic flights, gourmet Gourmair hot meals and Xpress Ahead priority service,” the airline said. the company said. Press release.
Currently, three 737 Max aircraft are deployed on the Delhi-Guwahati-Imphal, Delhi-Lucknow, Lucknow-Mumbai, Bengaluru-Varanasi routes. Air India Express operates a fleet of 57 aircraft, including 29 Boeing 737s and 28 Airbus A320s, and operates more than 300 flights daily, covering 30 domestic destinations and 14 international destinations.