Train passengers who does now have a confirmed ticket, can now get Air India flight tickets at the fare that will be similar to AC first class fares of trains.
Air India has partnered with IRCTC, which will sell the tickets. This move aims to give a boost to Air India’s sales.
If they do not get a confirmed ticket, the passengers will be given an option to book Air India tickets within the next 24 hours.
The AC first class passengers will be charged with the same fare while AC II passengers will be charged AC II fares plus Rs 1,500.