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Zoomcar and AirAsia India on Wednesday announced its partnership for a seamless travel experience by providing special offers for AirAsia guests. The alliance between the two will allow AirAsia guests an ease and convenience to book Zoomcar for their local and inter-city self-driven transport on the website. Zoomcar and AirAsia are known for their partnerships in providing last mile connectivity to its patrons. The underlying objective of AirAsia and Zoomcar, #NowEveryoneCanFly and #NeverStopLiving fall perfectly in line with the convenience which both brands intend to offer to their guests. The Zoomcar airport service is gaining popularity especially amongst working professionals and customers looking for leisure and business travels. The guests will get a maximum discount of Rs. 1000 or 20 percent on the booking. Zoomcar will charge a fully refundable security amount at the time of booking. "We are excited about the partnership which will further enable the AirAsia guests to experience Zoomcar accessibility at airports with an ease and flexibility.
The door to door delivery experience enhances customer comfort and convenience and to leave them with a memorable experience of self-drive time and again," said CEO and co-founder Zoomcar, Greg Moran.Zoomcar is currently available in 26 cities across India including metro and non-metro cities. Zoom Hop, one-way intercity travel is an add on to customers where a user can pick up a car from one city and drop it to another. "We have always believed in going an extra mile to provide the best in class customer service to our guests and we are confident that through this partnership, will be able to offer the best mobility to our flyers," said MD and CEO AirAsia India, Amar Abrol. AirAsia India currently flies to 16 destinations with its hubs in Bengaluru, New Delhi and Kolkata covering Kochi, Goa, Jaipur, Chandigarh, Pune, Guwahati, Imphal, Vizag, Hyderabad, Srinagar, Bagdogra, and Ranchi and Bhubaneswar.
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