Getting stuck in the cramped middle seat on a long haul flight has to be the worst nightmare of every traveller in existence. Well, here’s a guide to help you avoid that misery by pre-booking your preferred flight seat through Go First's hassle-free seat booking.
To pre-book your desired seat on your next Go First flight, follow the steps below:
Step 1: After booking your flight ticket on Go First, click on ‘Plan My Trip’ on Go First’s website, flygofirst.com, and then click on ‘Web Check-In’.
Step 2: Enter your PNR number and continue web check-in.
Step 3: On reaching stage 4 of the web check-in called ‘Seatmap’, you can view available, unavailable, and selected seats along with exits, bathrooms and more. Book your desired seat and you are good to go.
Web Check-In is Now Mandatory
Due to the COVID19 pandemic, web check-in is now mandatory. Depending on your flight, you can check-in from 72 hours to an hour for domestic (all India) flights, and 48 hours to 2 hours prior to departure of international flights. Checking in at the airport will cost a nominal fee of Rs 200.
Depending on the seat you choose, be it a window seat or one with extra legroom, you may be charged from Rs 100 to Rs 1100 on domestic flights and from Rs 150 to Rs 1300 on international flights, the window and aisle seats costing more than the middle seat.
With the nearing holiday season, your suitcase is itching to travel. Hope this intricate guide to book the perfect seat helped nudge you to scratch that nagging itch using Go First's seat booking.
Since the advent of the COVID19 pandemic, online flight booking is every backpacker's ultimate medium for reserving flights. Kicking off at the beginning of the 90s, this system was first introduced through SABRE (Semi-automated Business Research Environment) with American Airlines being the first to computerise reservations.
Now, flights can be booked within minutes through the tiny rectangular screen of a mobile phone. Through the internet, the service is easy to access, available round the clock, and reservations are faster than ever. Further, it offers contact-free service, a necessity during the pandemic. Flights can be booked through multiple websites, one can check availability and even compare prices. This trouble-free medium enables its customers to view discounts, meal plans and a myriad of other information on their next flight. Go First is also one of the many airlines offering online flight booking to its passengers.
Go First, founded as GoAir in 2005, is a Mumbai based Indian ultra-low-cost airline. The Wadia group-owned air carrier was the fifth largest airline in India in October of 2017. Flying to over 41 destinations, 31 domestic and 10 international, the Go First fleet comprises 57 aircraft, with the promise of affordable prices.