AirAsia Mega Sale: Last Two Days To Book International Flights Under Rs. 2,000

AirAsia Mega Sale: Last Two Days To Book International Flights Under Rs. 2,000
With the summer holidays just around the corner airlines have taken to lucrative discounts and schemes to corner market share.
AirAsia India is offering all-inclusive fares starting from Rs. 1,349 for domestic travel and Rs. 2,000 for international travel as part of the AirAsia Mega Sale scheme for tickets booked before April 9, 2017.

Some of the routes offered by the Malaysian low-cost air carrier include Guwahati-Imphal (all-inclusive fare from Rs. 1,349), Bengaluru-Hyderabad (Rs. 1,619), Kolkata-Ranchi (Rs. 2,249), Bengaluru-Goa (Rs. 1,719) and New Delhi-Ranchi (Rs. 2,699), as per the AirAsia website. Customers can avail the discounts on travel bookings until September 30, 2017, the company website said.

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Here’s a list of available routes:
Source Destination Fares from (INR)
Guwahati Imphal 1349
Bangalore Hyderabad 1619
Bangalore Goa 1719
Bangalore Visakhapatnam 2029
Bangalore Kochi 2049
Hyderabad Goa 2069
Bangalore Pune 2149
Kolkata Ranchi 2249
Hyderabad Kochi 2479
Delhi Ranchi 2699
Delhi Srinagar 2699
Delhi Bagdogra 2699
Pune Jaipur 2969
Delhi Kolkata 3149
Delhi Pune 3149
Bangalore Jaipur 3599
Delhi Goa 3599
Delhi Bangalore 4049
Delhi Guwahati 4049
Bangalore Guwahati 4059
Bangalore Chandigarh 4129
Delhi Imphal 4719
Visakhapatnam Kochi 7369

summer holidays just around the corner – traditionally the time when most Indian families go on vacation – airlines have taken to lucrative discounts and schemes to corner market share.

Tata Sons and Singapore Airlines led Vistara had announced a Holi sale in March with fares starting as low as Rs. 999 while other airlines have also announced discounted fares to attract customers ahead of the summer rush.

India’s aviation sector has witnessed a spurt of growth in the past few years with a 16 per cent rise in passenger traffic in February on year-on-year basis, data from aviation regulator DGCA (Directorate General of Civil Aviation) showed.

The Kaula Lumpur-based aviation company was also seen offering a 20 per cent discount on base fares on its mobile app in March.

Source by ndtv….
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