The low-cost airline, AirAsia has unveiled a 'Happy Holidays' offer, where it is offering travel to several Indian cities with fares starting from Rs 1,799.
The low-cost airline, AirAsia has unveiled a ‘Happy Holidays’ offer, where it is offering travel to several Indian cities with fares starting from Rs 1,799. The AirAsia offer is available for selected Indian cities namely, Bengaluru, Goa, Hyderabad, Pune, New Delhi and a few more. The offer can be availed from now to June 4. The travel period under the offer is until November 23, 2017. However, AirAisa has not disclosed the number of seats to be sold under the sale.
A search on the AirAsia India’s website showed that the Rs 1,799 fare for many flights in routes like Ranchi-Kolkata, Kochi-Bengaluru, Kolkata-Ranchi, Goa-Bengaluru, Guwahati-Imphal, Hyderabad-Bengaluru, New Delhi-Srinagar and others. Meanwhile, flights ticket fares have gone slightly up on many of the routes where the airline claims to be giving the discount. Notably, fares are not available during embargo period.
Some points to keep in mind before booking:
1. A non-refundable processing fee is applicable for payments via credit, debit or charge card.
2. Seats are limited and may not be available on all flights.
3. Fares are available for single journey (one-way) only.
The Bengaluru-based airline, which is a joint venture between Tata Sons and Malaysia’s AirAsia Berhad, raised its fleet size to nine aircraft from six in the first quarter of the previous year, AirAsia India said in a statement.
AirAsia India flew 8.4 lakh passengers in the January-March quarter of the current year, up 57 percent from 5.38 lakh in the same period of 2016, aided by new routes and higher capacity.
Three new routes, Delhi-Srinagar, Delhi-Bagdogra and Delhi-Pune, were added in AirAsia Indias network, the airline said adding that the frequency on the Delhi-Goa route also increased in the first quarter of the current year.
AirAsia India, which will be completing three years of operations in June, currently flies on 20 domestic routes from three hubs – Bengaluru, Kolkata and New Delhi.