The Ministry of Civil Aviation held a meeting of all stakeholders last week to invite suggestions for designing Air Sewa 2.0, the upgraded version of the Air-Sewa Web Portal and mobile app that was launched in November last year to make air travel convenient and hassle-free.
Flight delays, the problem in refunds, long queues, inadequate facilities at airports and complaints of lost baggage are the most common problems that air travellers face. There was a need to respond to these problems in a systematic manner rather than on ad-hoc basis. The Ministry had launched AirSewa web portal and mobile app on 26.11.2016 to address this need.
AirSewa is operated through an interactive web portal and a mobile app for both Android and iOS platforms. The e-portal includes a mechanism for grievance redressal, back office operations for grievance handling, flight status/schedule information, airport Information and FAQs.
Users can now check live flight status for all inbound and outbound flights in a single click.
Information regarding weather conditions and services for some selected airports is also available on this portal.
Flights can be searched by flight number or for all flights to or from a particular airport. Information such as airport services like wheel chair, transport/parking, rest and relax, Wifi services etc. can also be easily accessed.
Air Sewa is a one-stop solution for grievance redressal as passengers can now register any grievance on the mobile app or web portal. They can also upload voice or video along with an elaborate description of their issues.
Source: Press Information Bureau