You Can Travel Across Europe With Just One Air India Ticket

You Can Travel Across Europe With Just One Air India Ticket

Please note that Air India passengers will soon be able to travel seamlessly to more than 100 European cities and towns, including those without airports.

This is possible as Air India and AccesRail, the travel partner of the International Air Transport Association, entered into an intermodal agreement recently. With this development, Air India passengers will be able to explore more countries and more than 100 European destinations with a single ticket.

According to reports, this partnership will allow Air India passengers to use buses and trains while maintaining the same baggage allowance that they have
during their flights. Your European adventure doesn’t end when you arrive; in short, it can start when you go to the door of Europe.

Which European countries can you visit with this ticket?

Thanks to this exciting development, passengers can pass through Austria, Belgium, Germany, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Italy and the UK, using gateways such as Amsterdam, Birmingham, London Heathrow, London Gatwick, Milan and Vienna. Buying your intermodal ticket gives you access to a variety of buses and trains including Avanti West Coast (UK), National Express (UK), Trenitalia (Italy), ÖBB Austrian Railways (Austria), SNCB Belgian Railways and Thalys ( Netherlands). /Belgium).

Taking inspiration from Vistara, which partnered with WorldTicket earlier this year to offer connections through Deutsche Bahn’s rail service from Frankfurt to Germany on a single ticket, Air India is improving connectivity between Europe and India. Commenting on this development, Nipun Aggarwal, Head of Business and Transformation, Air India, said: “Expanding our global network is one of our key priorities in the global transformation of Air India. go ahead. This partnership with AccesRail not only helps us provide our customers with easy access to an extensive transport network across Europe, but also bridges the gap between India and Europe.”

Previously, these intermodal tickets could only be booked through international travel agencies. However, Air India is planning to extend the booking access to its own marketing channel soon.

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