Air India has unveiled a revamped first class and business class in its fleet of Boeing aircrafts flying to international destinations.
The revamped premium class has been christened as “MaharajahDirect”. Passengers travelling in the upgraded premium class will be offered a new ambience with better upholstery, better nightwear, woollen blankets, travel kits, and iPads for personal viewing.
The cabin crew will sport a new uniform – a mix of traditional and western attire. The passengers will also be treated to delicious gourmet food and region-specific beverages – both alcoholic and non-alcoholic.
At present, the airline has a 17 per cent market share on international routes. It has over 2,500 international prime-time slots per week, spread across 43 overseas destinations.