Elderly travel concession: Air India cuts flying age-limit for senior citizens to 60 from 63

The government-owned airline, Air India on Friday lowered the age limit for senior citizens willing to fly on their network to 60 years of age. According to a report by the PTI, any individual who attains the age of 60 on the date of the commencement of journey would be entitled 50% discount on the fare of an economy seat. It must be noted that earlier the age limit for such an offer was 63 years. However, this offer has only been made available for domestic travel. Costumers who seek to make use of this scheme would have to produce a valid identity card like the voter ID card, passport, driving license or an Air India issued senior citizen card among others. Read more

Credits: financialexpress.com

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