Air India baggage policy: 'Maharaja' allows you to carry 10 kg extra luggage
Air India passengers need not worry much about the weight of their baggage, as the government sector company allows them to carry 10 kg extra baggage.
Air India passengers need not worry much about the weight of their baggage, as the government sector company allows them to carry 10 kg extra baggage. This helps passengers as they don't have to pay extra for the baggage above the limit. The airline has introduced this scheme to attract passengers. The offer is beneficial now for passengers travelling with heavy luggage as they will not have to pay extra.
Passengers with the family will mostly feel relieved with this Air India offer as they often travel with a lot of baggage. "Can't pack the stuff you don't wanna part with? Nowhere but here, you will find 10 kg extra baggage allowance," Air India tweeted today.
For the domestic sector within India, the excess baggage rate is Rs 500 plus applicable GST per kg a coupon, including Alliance Air. Excess baggage rates provided in USD and hence rates would be applicable in USD or its equivalent in the local currency, according to the information available on the Air India website.
Air India has resumed selected flights to Kolkata, Ranchi, and Bhubaneswar. "Flight operations to/from @aaibpiairport has resumed. Alliance Air flight from Ranchi is the first flight to land," the airline tweeted on Saturday. "#flyAI: Air India has announced Additional flight for Passengers stranded due to #CycloneStormFANI . Today Delhi-Bhubaneswar at 1500hrs and Bhubaneswar-Delhi at 1745hrs. Passengers holding valid Air India tickets may please reach the Airport," it tweeted.