B'luru violence: AirAsia allows passengers to reschedule
Bengaluru, Sep 12: Low-cost carrier AirAsia today said passengers of their flights departing from Kempegowda International Airport here on September 13 can reschedule their travel at no charge due to logistical difficulties that they may face in getting to the airport, following the outbreak of violence over the Cauvery issue.
"AirAsia understands the seriousness of the current situation in Bengaluru. All AirAsia guests booked onto flights departing from Bengaluru on Tuesday, 13th September 2016 can reschedule their travel at no charge," the aircraft carrier said in a statement here.
"The airline understands the logistical difficulty that some guests might face in getting to the airport for their flight," AirAsia added.
The carrier has made arrangements for rescheduling the passengers travel to any time up to 72 hours at no charge, AirAsia said.
"Any guest travelling from Bengaluru on Tuesday, 13th September 2016 can contact our airline staff or call centres to reschedule their travel to anytime up to 72 hours from now at no charge," it said.
"AirAsia as a group believes in providing the best of safety, security and comfort to our guests and crew at all times," AirAsia said.