When one thinks of Etihad Airways, the National Airline of the United Arab Emirates,’ luxury, opulence and Nicole Kidman’, may come to mind. But not necessarily in that order. The advert showing Kidman indulging herself in the privacy of her ‘Residence’ aboard the A 380, makes one dream about being wealthy enough to one day afford the luxury of flying in ‘The Residence’. Continue reading →
After an unpleasant experience we had last Easter, Jet Airways was struck off our list of preferred airlines and we chose instead to switch our loyalties to the ever dependent Indigo for domestic flights across India, Singapore, Cathay and Thai for flights to South East and Far East Asia and Middle Eastern airlines like Qatar and Emirates for flights to Europe and the US. Continue reading →
In response to my recent write up on Jet Airways, the unexpected happened. My blog received well over half a million views and counting, a leading city newspaper, the DNA, carried an article regarding our ordeal, a headline on India times read, ‘Jet Airways Ruined This Couple’s Vacation, His Response Will Make Them Wish They Weren’t Born!’, while the response from the airline was overwhelmingly positive.
Laveena and I were excited about our Easter weekend plans in Dubai. We were booked on the Jet flight 9W 542, scheduled to depart at 0920 hours from Mumbai on Thursday April 2nd.Continue reading →
Laveena and I, like most of our friends, love to travel. And the adventure for us begins, not on arriving at our final destination but in choosing an airline, finalising our hotel, shortlisting restaurants, planning our sightseeing trips and of course deciding on what is required to be packed depending on the weather conditions at the place we’re visiting. Continue reading →