AirAsia offers domestic flight tickets at a starting price of Rs 999. This incredible offer is valid for selected flights. The AirAsia named this scheme as “2018 Travel Deals”. Under this scheme, travelers booking tickets before 10th December and traveling during the period of 7th May 2018 to 31st January 2019 can avail the flight tickets within Rs 1099, inclusive of all taxes. Also, this offer is applicable to specific routes such as Goa-Bengaluru, Kochi-Bengaluru, Bhubaneswar-Kolkata, Hyderabad-Bengaluru, and Imphal-Guwahati routes. The fares of some other routes between Kolkata and Ranchi has fixed Rs 1399. While Rs 999 ticket price is applicable on selected flights from Kolkata to Bagdogra. The AirAsia offers limited period promotional offer on flight tickets. The travelers can hurry up to book the tickets before 10th December.
AirAsia Offers Domestic Flight Tickets At Rs 999 – Check Complete Details
The travelers can book the tickets at Rs 1499 between some specific routes Visakhapatnam and Bengaluru, Pune and Bengaluru. Users have to book the tickets through online from the AirAsia official website, airasia.com. Travellers can book their tickets in advance from the AirAsia website. Fares are fixed inclusive of Airport tax.
“fares are not available during embargo period”, the airline mentioned on its website.
AirAsia India did not clear the number of seats accessible under the offer however it mentioned that seats are constrained and may not be accessible on all flights. The offer is relevant on one-way travels and substantial for new buys just, AirAsia included.
Special Discount On IndiGo Domestic Tickets
Recently, IndiGo is also offering flight tickets starting at Rs 1,005 on selected routes. As per the aircraft’s flight booking website – goindigo.in, IndiGo is putting forth comprehensive tickets on select flights from Bagdogra to Guwahati from Rs 1,005. The carrier is also offering 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, as per the IndiGo site.
Modi’s Requisition To Reduce the Cancellation Charges
Recently, Narendra Modi government has asked aircrafts to roll back the cancellation expense of Rs 3,000. The Government feels that the Rs 3,000 cancelation expense charged by a few of carriers on local tickets is “too high”. It said it will soon address aircrafts on the issue and ask that they charge the sensible sum.
“We believe cancellation charges are on the high side and onerous for passengers. The Rs 3,000 fee is in many cases more than the price of the ticket itself. Our UDAN (subsidised regional flying) scheme has capped fares at Rs 2,500 per hour of flying. These cancellation charges need to be brought back into balance,” aviation minister Jayant Sinha told in a press meet.
Meanwhile, in the wake of a tremendous line over abusing of a traveler by IndiGo Airlines last month, a Parliamentary council inspected the issue of “behavior of airline personnel towards passengers”. The Department Related Parliamentary Standing Committee of Transport, Tourism, and Culture headed by Trinamool Congress MP Derek O’ Brien has called the Secretary of Ministry of Civil Aviation, along with agents of Airports Authority of India, Directorate General of Civil Aviation and Bureau of Civil Aviation Security.