Air travel in India is paving its new way with its first one-of-a-kind subscription-based airline service. The news of a Delhi based start-up, Prince Air, is grabbing headlines and creating ripples in the aviation industry.
According to the man behind Prince Air, Sanket Raj Singh, the whole concept is established on the idea that exclusive experiences can be inclusive.
Prince Air is conceptualised to render its services to patrons for just a minimum proportion of the actual cost to fly in a private fleet, making travel affordable and accessible to the mass.
Its main USP adds to reducing cost by 50% compared to flying in business class of commercial airlines and up to 90% for charter operators or booking a private jet.
Information released by the airline reveals its plan of capturing the market luxuriously but at a budgeted price. Their unbeatable features include –
- Fully app-based secure service.
2. No need for the 60-90 mins before arrival at the airport, and just a mere 30 mins before departure does the job, along with the privilege to fly from private terminals.
3. Irrespective of the type of aircraft used, even if airbus A-320 neo, whose seat capacity is around 180-200, only 90-100 seats will be catered to the passengers making it completely business class seats.
4. The airline planned the subscription prices for Rs54,000 for one sector and up to Rs 1.5 Lacs to 2 Lacs in a month for flying across all the sectors (Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore). Also, later in their expansion phases, they have planned to include more destinations like Amritsar, Jaipur, Ahmedabad, Lucknow, Pune, Chennai and Hyderabad.
5. Members can enjoy the luxury of the lounge before boarding their flight and have access to the high-end hospitality brands in the country for some exclusive benefits to all its subscribers.
6. A dedicated and personalised concierge team would be there to meet all your travel needs without the hassle of waiting to connect with a customer care executive.
It will be available soon for booking, but a speculated wait time of around 6 months to process the entire concept and make it ready to launch. Moreover, the management is expecting around 10,000 – 12,000 memberships before they take off from the runaways officially.
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