The airline can be providing tickets beginning at Rs 1,499 for choose flights between Pune and Bengaluru, and between Visakhapatnam and Bengaluru, in accordance to the AirAsia web site. The supply, the airline famous, are “only available for online bookings at www.airasia.com”.
Flyers are required to make advance bookings for availing the supply and “fares are not available during embargo period”, the airline famous. Fares embrace airport taxes (apart from chosen airports the place airport tax is collected on the level of departure), in accordance to the AirAsia web site.
A search on the AirAsia bookings portal on Monday confirmed tickets for flights from Kolkata to Bagdogra in mid-May subsequent 12 months had been out there from Rs 999.
(AirAsia’s ticket value of Rs 999 contains fares of Rs 212, in accordance to the airline’s web site)
Without divulging the whole variety of seats supplied below the low cost scheme, AirAsia India mentioned: “Seats are limited and may not be available on all flights.”
The supply is relevant on one-way journeys and legitimate for brand spanking new purchases solely, AirAsia added.
Another airline IndiGo is providing flight tickets beginning at Rs 1,005 on choose routes. According to the airline’s flight reserving portal – goindigo.in, IndiGo is providing all-inclusive tickets on choose flights from Bagdogra to Guwahati from Rs. 1,005. The airline can be providing flights from Jammu to Srinagar beginning at Rs. 1,112, from Coimbatore to Chennai at Rs. 1,195 and from Kochi to Chennai at Rs. 1,215, in accordance to the IndiGo web site.
Airlines working within the home market supply reductions across the vacation season to appeal to passengers throughout a interval marked with excessive demand, say analysts.
Domestic airways carried 954.45 lakh passengers within the first 10 months of 2017 (January-October), as in opposition to 813.70 lakh within the corresponding interval of the earlier 12 months, registering a progress of 17.30 per cent, in accordance to information from aviation regulator DGCA (Directorate General of Civil Aviation).