1. SpiceJet launches ‘FebHurry offer’, fares start at Rs 1,899

SpiceJet launches ‘FebHurry offer’, fares start at Rs 1,899

SpiceJet continues low fare war, announcing another flash sale with an-all inclusive one-way fares starting as low as Rs 1,899.

By: | Updated: February 7, 2015 5:05 PM
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Domestic carriers like SpiceJet and Indigo have announced a series of discounted ticket schemes in the past few weeks to attract customers in the March quarter, which is traditionally considered a low travel demand period. (PTI)

Budget carrier SpiceJet today continued the low-fare war, announcing another flash sale with an-all inclusive one-way fares starting as low as Rs 1,899 for two days.

The bookings under the offer ‘#FebHurry’ starts today, the airline said in a release, while offering travel period of up to February 28.


Domestic carriers have announced a series of discounted ticket schemes in the past few weeks to attract customers in the March quarter of the fiscal which is traditionally considered a low travel demand period.

From SpiceJet itself, which faced aviation regulator’s rebuke last year for a deluge of such discount offers including the one wherein it reduced the fares to just Rs 1, this is the third sale scheme in this week.

“Booking tickets at the last minute is almost always an expensive affair. So here is an offer that makes immediate travel affordable and allows you to make that last minute dash,” said SpiceJet Chief Commercial Officer Kaneswaran Avili.

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    koomuta
    Feb 7, 2015 at 7:59 pm
    I can't believe how e jet allowed to continue with these near nonsense fares in light of their winding down/ process going on. They haven't even refunded the fares previously collected but cancelled the flights. Clearly something cooking up, this time they collect funds in like this & disappear completely later.. like chit fund schemes. beware flyers.. Govt. should stop this carrier from like unless they settled previous claims of travelers & all creditors who loaned them for fuel, planes etc.
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