Budget airlines are now introducing new flight service and schemes to either expand the aviation pie or wean away passengers from other players.
Almost all the no-frills airlines are going all the way to woo fliers with service offering that leaves little difference between full service carriers such as Jet Airways Kingfisher airlines, Air lines and Paramount Airways. SpiceJet Ltd had started offering tea and coffee about a month ago, will now be serving breakfast onboard its aircraft. The airline has also done away with the charge of Rs 500 on unaccompanied child and extra baggage fee for overseas travellers that have connecting international flight within 24 hours.
The trend that started off when Kingfisher Red started offering snacks fliers.