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AirAsia India offers to waive one-way base fare for 50,000 frontline doctors

By Priyam Jain Priyam Jain      Jun 02, 2020      0 Comments      1,044 Views
AirAsia India offers to waive one-way base fare for 50,000 frontline doctors

In a recent report, AirAsia India has offered to waive base far for a one-way flight ticket for 50,000 frontline doctors under its RedPass initiative across its domestic networks. 

An official stated, “Base fare will be waived off under the RedPass scheme, airport fees, charges and statutory taxes will be borne by the traveller.” 

It has further been notified that the doctors can submit their contact details and desired sector and date of travel from 1st July 2020 to 30th September 2020 with their registration number or ID as proof on Air Asia portal. 

The RedPass would made valid for one-way flight ticket for the successful applicant doctors. Till June 12th the application would be open with up to 50,000 Air Asia RedPasses available for doctors across the country who would also be given special privileges like priority boarding at the airport. 

The official further added, “As a part of this initiative to pay a tribute to doctors, Air Asia India will give away 50,000 free seats on flights across its domestic sectors to doctors as a gesture of gratitude for their commendable efforts in support of the nation.” 

The joint venture between Tata Sons Pvt Ltd and AirAsia investment Ltd - AirAsia India commenced operations in June 2014 the and flies to about 21 destinations with a fleet of 30 A320 Aircraft at present.

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