|Quoting JGPH1A (Reply 3):|
Another one ? Yeah well, we'll all hold our breath for them to start service shall we ? My bet is this carrier is a fairly crummy website and little else.
|Quoting BY738 (Reply 7):|
Im not interested in Bollywood inflight entertaunment
|Quoting Pe@rson (Reply 8):|
It certainly looks like JGP's school project
|Quoting Babybus (Reply 5):|
Just sounds like someone had a really bad idea for an airline. Can't see how an airline like that can have a future.
|Quoting Reggaebird (Reply 1):|
What ties those destinations together? How does that fit into the business model? Anyone know?
|Quoting Jmc757 (Reply 16):|
book travel through local travel agents etc. UKIA have appointed a number of agents within Asian communities to sell their tickets. A little unusual in the airline world perhaps, but do not underestimate the power of the communities. It has been done before with success, Flyjet and Air Slovakia flights to India from BHX were sold this way through travel agents.
|Quoting JGPH1A (Reply 17):|
But how ? Are they going to install direct connections to their (currently it would seem, non-existent) reservations system to enable these agents to book ? Why would they want to restrict themselves in this way ? Why not make themselves available through any travel agent, via IATA like a normal "proper" airline ? This hole-in-the-wall bucket-shop approach is not the way to instill confidence in the general travelling public, that's for sure.
|Quoting Jmc757 (Reply 18):|
I don't see how they are not a "proper" airline just because they are not on IATA?! I'm sure people were sceptical when easyJet started and were only selling seats through their own call centre...
|Quoting Scrumpy492003 (Reply 21):|
Perhaps much of the money that is backing this Airline is coming from the Pakistani Community from around the World.