Prince Air is a new startup subscription airline, to be based in India. When it launches, Prince Air will be the first subscription airline to operate in India. As a subscription airline, Prive Air will be a full service carrier, providing a semi-private and premium experience for passengers. For a set monthly cost, passengers will have unlimited access to flights across the airline’s entire network.
Prince Air is still in the early stages of startup, but is expected to launch in 2021. In the meantime, you can take a look at our list of alternative airlines below, to discover carriers which currently operate the same routes within India.
With a monthly membership, Prince Air’s passengers will be able to fly between major cities in India, including Delhi, Mumbai, and Bangalore, for a much cheaper cost of usual business class fares. Prince Air will join an increasing movement in the aviation industry around the world towards subscription flying. The idea is to open the semi-private jet flying experience up to many more potential customers. With a competitively priced monthly payment, Prince Air will target passengers who usually travel business class and need to fly frequently between major Indian cities.
The airline has yet to announce what the baggage allowance will be for passengers. As a full-service Business Class carrier, passengers can expect a generous baggage allowance to be included in the price of the membership.
Prince Airlines are only predicted to have 1 cabin class, Business Class. Find out more information below.
Business Class will be the only cabin class available on Prince Air flights.
Thanks to the full-service package, passengers will be able to switch their flights, and even arrive at the airport only 30 minutes before departure. Before flying, members will be able to enjoy the airline’s exclusive lounge area, and be served complimentary beverages and snacks in a peaceful and serene environment. As a close community, members will be able to greet each other and network. Throughout the year, the airline will also host private member-only events.
The Airbus will be configured to seat only 90-100 seats, which is a lot lower than the seating capacity of the aircraft. The new interiors will provide spacious and luxurious seats, with plenty of personal space. The reclining seats will ensure every passenger flies comfortably.
As a premium subscription airline, Prince Air will only offer Business Class seats. The airline will be targeting business passengers, who need to fly frequently for work between major cities and hubs in India. You can book Business Class tickets though Alternative Airlines using our flight filters.
Discover more about Prince Air check-in. Currently, the airline doesn't offer its passengers online check-in.
Online check-in will not be available. However, all passengers will be prioritised and will be able to arrive at the airport with as little as 30 minutes prior to departure.
The airline has yet to release further information about check-in procedures. Every passenger will receive priority boarding, and can arrive at the airport 30 minutes prior to scheduled departure.
The airline does not currently offer a frequent flyer program.
The airline is not currently part of an airline alliance program.
The airline will connect major business and cultural hubs within India. Initially, the airline will connect the following three airports: Delhi, Mumbai, and Bangalore.
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The airline has yet to announce which airport it will use as its primary hub.
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When Prince Air launches operations, the airline will do so with the larger Airbus A320 or A321 family. Inside the cabin, the aircraft will be configured with an all-business-class layout.
15th June 2021
New airline in India to lead the way in subscription services, exclusively offering Business Class flights. With a monthly membership, travellers will be able to fly between major cities like Delhi, Mumbai, and Bangalore. Tickets will be a fraction of usual business class fares. The airline is still in the early stages of startup, and has yet to set a date to commence flights.