Prince Air Is Offering Unlimited Flying ‘Subscription’ to Indians

Founder of Prince Air, Sanket Raj Singh said that passengers can arrive at the airport just 30 minutes prior to their flight and check-in for a dedicated gate at the airport. A subscriber can also quickly arrange a car to exit the airport with this service.

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Tanay Singh Thakur
Startups have not only improved customer experience for users across industries but it has also brought in new types of businesses leveraging fast innovation. Prince Air, a first of its kind airline startup based out of New Delhi, is one such business. If you have ever thought of purchasing a subscription of Netflix or any food service and more, well, think big because now you can buy subscriptions for air travel. Prince Air will be offering Indians to board its Business Class
private jets an unlimited number of times in a month by paying a nominal subscription amount.

Prince Air Will Offer Monthly Air Travel Subscription to People in These Cities

It is worth noting that this is the first time an airline in India is bringing a subscription model business to the market. It will let users pay a nominal amount and fly as much as they want. But as per a Trak report, the service will be limited to select cities initially – Bangalore, Delhi, and Mumbai. The service will be later expanded to more cities across India. Prince Air will ensure that its service is at par with the Business Class experience offered by other airlines in the country. People who subscribe to the service will get to witness a completely new flying experience. Even the check-in route for the subscribers will be completely different. Founder of the airline, Sanket Raj Singh, said that passengers could arrive at the airport just 30 minutes prior to their flight and check-in for a dedicated gate at the airport. A subscriber can also quickly arrange a car to exit the airport with this service. As per Singh, the airline aims to provide users with an experience as if they ‘own’ a private jet. Subscribers will have the luxury of switching, rescheduling and cancelling flights. The airline will be further targeting these cities – Amritsar, Lucknow, Jaipur, Ahmedabad, Chennai, Pune, and Hyderabad.

Prince Air Unlimited Flying Subscription Cost

There is no doubt that this subscription won’t be affordable for an average person in India. Only VIPs and rich businessmen will be able to purchase it. The airline will be offering a subscription starting at Rs 54,500 per month. For the same, it will use aircraft such as Airbus A320 and A321. While these aircraft can fit in around 180-200 economy seats, Prince Air will equip them with lesser Business Class seats to create a sense of space.

Tanay Singh Thakur

Tanay hails from Bilaspur, Chattisgarh and is a sports and fitness enthusiast. Reading and writing is something which comes to him out of love for the web of magic that words can create.

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