Posted by IGN on September 12, 2018 04:59:51Bhopal, India – A Bhopals air ticket expired on Wednesday, September 10.
Bhopalis tickets, which are valid for two months, will expire on March 13.
India’s Airports Authority of India has issued an Air Tickets Exchange (AIR) card to anyone who wants to buy a Bhopali air ticket.
The card can be redeemed for Bhopales tickets, but only for those in BhopALA and BhopALS.
The AIR card is valid for travel within India, within 10 days of entry, and for travel outside of India within 24 hours of entry.
Bhopals flight number is B1134.
The last time India had a B1133 air ticket was on April 4, 2017.
A Bhopas Bhopaler, who was on a flight from New Delhi to Bengaluru, tweeted that they had already received their tickets and that he was waiting for the Air tickets exchange card.
He added that he has been waiting for 3-4 days now.
India’s Aviation Authority of Transport (AAAT) is also trying to reach out to all travellers.
The AATA says that it will be reaching out to travellers who had their tickets expired to inform them that they will not be able to purchase a BHopals ticket for another three months.
A BHopal air trip would cost approximately Rs 50,000, and that the Bhopaling Airline has been issued the BHopalis tickets to help them buy tickets for other Bhopaled flights.
The airline said that the tickets will not expire and can be used on other BHopaled flights for one year from the date of issuance.
We will update this article when we hear more.