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  Volume: XXIV, Issue No. 19 May 16-31, 2015  
  AI introduces stopover packages in Delhi
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New Delhi : Air India has established Delhi as its hub and schedules have been progressively built to facilitate transfer connections at Terminal-3 (T3), particularly from domestic to international flights and vice versa. About 3,000 Air India passengers already transit daily through T3.
To further enhance the hub experience, Air India has introduced a unique stopover product, branded Air India Stopover Packages. The Stopover package will enable passengers transfer-connecting on AI flights over Delhi to experience the city, with a range of accommodation on offer to fit all budgets.
The Stopover Packages offers the facility of web-based hotel booking, airport/hotel transfers, and sightseeing options in and around Delhi. A range of hotels, from budget to 5-star category, located in and around the Airport zone are available, including the hotel located inside Terminal 3 itself.
A unique feature of the product is 'Day Rates', which allows 'wash-and-change' facilities to the passenger at select hotels. Other options that can be added include:
Overnight stay rates inclusive of Airport pick-up, breakfast with option to upgrade room; Extended stay; Day Use Rates for 'wash-and-change' facility (4 or 6 hours as per hotel rules); Departure transfers; Add half or full day sightseeing; Car hire and Day Trip to Taj Mahal, Agra.

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