Akasa Air (QP) collaborates with Blue Ribbon Bags (BRB), the global leader in delayed luggage protection services, to provide delayed baggage protection services to its passengers.
Akasa Air’s New Collaboration
This add-on service, which costs INR 95 per passenger, provides compensation of Rs. 19,000 per bag (up to two bags). Further, if the check-in bag is delayed or lost for more than 96 hours after the complaint is filed.
The service will also provide Akasa Air customers with real-time status updates. I.e., the status of their delayed luggage via email and SMS, assisting them in tracking and expediting the return of their delayed luggage.
Blue Ribbon Bags said that they are pleased to collaborate with Akasa Air, India’s newest airline, to provide this service to their customers who expect a trouble-free flight.
Belson Coutinho, Co-Founder and CMO at Akasa Air commented on the partnership. He said, “We recognize that baggage delivery is not only a top-of-mind factor for travelers, but it is also an extremely important service area for us at Akasa.”
“We are thrilled to collaborate with Blue Ribbon Bags to help our customers travel with greater confidence and peace of mind. The baggage protection service is yet another conscious addition to our growing portfolio of add-on services. Further, he added that it is consistent with our promise to be the most dependable airline in the country,” said Mr. Coutinho.
Akasa Air now serves 17 cities with over 900 weekly flights throughout India.
About Blue Ribbon Bags
Blue Ribbon Bags (BRB) is one of the fastest-growing ancillary services in travel. They are the global leader in airport delayed baggage retrieval services,
BRB offers Delayed Baggage Protection, where the traveler receives real-time push notifications. In this, they can know about the status of the delayed bag via email, SMS, and WhatsApp.
If the delayed baggage is not returned within the 96-hour service period, they will compensate the traveler for their inconvenience due to BRB’s failure to meet their service obligation.
Airlines, online travel agencies, travel management companies, travel insurance providers, and bank/credit card providers are among BRB’s primary distribution channels.
India’s youngest airlines are expanding rapidly. Furthermore, It is close to having 20 aircraft in the fleet. Also the airline is also one of the fastest-growing in the world.
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