Flag carrier of UK, British Airways is adding flights to two popular cities in India - Hyderabad and Chennai - for providing vast connectivity to tickets seekers who book flights tickets to fly between the destinations. The airline is also introducing new cabins for its aircraft.
Christopher Fordyce, British Airways Regional Commercial Manager is certain that new products and additional flights are going to cater to increasing demands of travellers and will enable the carrier to strongly compete in the Indian market.
The airline earlier announced that it will increase its frequency of flights from five flights per-week to six flights per-week from summer 2013. But with increasing competition in the market, it is also focusing on products and services in order to better take care of demands of passengers seeking tickets on the route.
The airline is looking to retrofit the aircraft and to add brand new cabins for better travel experience for passengers. Besides, it is also going to launch a lounge in Mumbai, India’s financial hub and upgrade food and beverage services for the air travellers booking tickets with the carrier for the destination.
India is one of the fastest growing markets for BA and the airline is striving hard to ply with the needs of the market. There is even a slight chance that with abundance of flights and fierce competition, travellers might be able to net comparatively cheap deals for tickets on the UK-India route.