- Vistara Baby-On-Board will be applicable in India only
- Women Passengers will get 7kgs additional baggage allowance and arrival assistance on request
- Solo Mother travelling must carry the infant boarding pass to avail the additional baggage allowance
Vistara is the only full-service carrier in domestic aviation. The joint venture of Tata Sons Private Limited and Singapore Airlines Limited (SIA) operates in 33 destinations and has already flown 15 million happy customers since their commencement. To provide passengers with comfortable flying experience, Vistara offers a lot of additional benefits like Vistara Priority, Vistara Lounge and many more services which offer exclusive special services and benefits to passengers boarding in Vistara. Sometimes, if you’re solo women traveller flying with a baby, it becomes a little stressful and hectic to board the flight. But don’t worry Vistara has got you covered. Under the Vistara Baby-On-Board service, women passengers travelling with infants will get excess baggage allowance and arrival assistance by Vistara. Here are all the details you need to know about Vistara Baby-On-Board.
Benefits Under Vistara Baby-On-Board
Vistara has already set up a benchmark in the domestic aviation sector when it comes to the world-class flying experience. Under the Vistara Baby-On-Board, Women passengers travelling with a baby will get an extra 7kg baggage allowance as a part of the offer. Vistara has noted that women Passengers can use the excess baggage allowance for hand-baggage or check-in baggage or they can also divide the extra allowance among both as per their convivence. Additionally, Solo Mothers travelling with infants will also enjoy arrival assistance of request utterly free of cost as per Vistara Women Flyer. To add more they can also enjoy luggage assistance by looking out for Vistara staff at the baggage claim area holding #VistaraWomenFlyer Placards. Once reached out, this Vistara Personnel will escort the customer to the taxi upon their request. So, if the Women travellers carrying a baby with them are looking for a comfortable journey, they must opt for Vistara Baby-On-Board. There are some important things which Women passengers must note down in respect of the offer which is mentioned below.
Things You Must Know About Vistara Baby-On-Board
Vistara has noted that all the offers under Baby-On-Board will be applicable in domestic routes only. Passengers travelling in International routes will not be able to enjoy the services of the offer. Women passengers must note that in case of a multi-sector journey, the extra baggage allowance will be booked for the sector on which the infant is booked. Also, Infants must be at least 2 years of age at the date of the journey, and the Women passengers must carry the Infant boarding pass with them. Vistara has also marked that maximum check-in baggage will depend upon the sum of free check-in baggage on the desired cabin class booked by passengers that means if the passengers are travelling in economy lite fare, the maximum check-in baggage allowance will be 22kg (15kgs + 7Kgs Additional allowance).
Solo Mothers travelling with infants must also note that if they have made the booking in Economy Lite, they will be allowed to carry only 1 piece of check-in baggage. Under the Baby-On-Board, no single baggage weighing more than 32 will be accepted. Also, the extra baggage allowance can be claimed by only one accompanying customer and for one infant per sector. If the Women passengers are not carrying the infant boarding pass, the extra baggage allowance will not be provided to them. The carrier has also noted that group bookings will not be allowed under the offer. Also, passengers would be able to board a maximum of 96 kgs check-in, which can be a combination of all the applicable baggage allowance. If the customers want to know more about the terms and conditions related to Baby-On-Board, they can visit the carrier’s official website and read about them.
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