Air India is offering a 4 percent commission and bonus to agents as it resumes service to Mumbai from Newark Airport starting August 16, 2012. The carrier will also resume non-stop service from JFK and Chicago to Delhi effective September 5, 2012. The JFK and Chicago flights will continue to operate with one stop in Paris and Frankfurt, respectively, until September 4.
As in the past, flights from Newark to Mumbai will continue to Ahmedabad, JFK/Delhi flights will continue to Mumbai and Chicago/Delhi flights to Hyderabad. Connecting service is available via Air India at Delhi and Mumbai to cities across India, the airily reports.
Through November 26, travelers to India can take advantage of Air India’s Economy Class Sale Fares from JFK, Newark, and Chicago, the airline reports. Sample round trip Sale Fares for departures through October 31, 2012 (including all taxes, airport and security fees, and fuel surcharges) are $1,257.18 from JFK to Delhi, $1,201.92 from Newark to Mumbai, and $1,318.58 from Chicago to Delhi.
The fares are $104.00 higher from November 1 to November 26. There is a weekend surcharge of $52.00 each way for Friday and Saturday departures and Saturday and Sunday return flights.
Sale Fare tickets must be purchased by August 19. The minimum stay in India is the first Sunday, and the maximum stay is three (3) months. Seats at these special fares are limited and may not be available on all flights. Cancellation and change fees, and other conditions and restrictions apply. Fares are subject to change without notice.
Air India pays 4 percent commission on all international tickets sold in the U.S. A “bonus” incentive of $30.00 per round trip ticket ($15.00 one way) is also being offered on all Economy Class tickets from the U.S.A. to India issued by August 19 for travel commencing by November 26, 2012.