In another budget control offer, passenger-carrier airways, Spicejet, had today launched its 'Spicy Annual Sale' offer with tickets pricing from Rs 737 on domestic travel.
In another budget control offer, passenger-carrier airways, Spicejet, had today launched its ‘Spicy Annual Sale’ offer with tickets pricing from Rs 737 on domestic travel. The four-day sales scheme, which will be open for ticket buyers till the midnight of November 24, is applicable for the travel period starting from January 9, 2017 to October 28, 2017.
In an official statement, the company announced, “The starting fare of Rs 737 all inclusive is applicable on sectors like Chennai-Coimbatore-Chennai, Jammu-Srinagar-Jammu, Chandigarh-Srinagar-Chandigarh and Agartala-Guwahati covering a distance up to 500 km.”
The all-inclusive offer which is valid only for the non-stop flights, will have an vary in the price of the tickets, depending on various sectors.
— SpiceJet (@flyspicejet) November 20, 2016
Following the demonetisation policy and the ban on Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes, Spicejet had clarified that the airline service will be accepting the scrapped currency notes at its airport ccounters, till November 24. However, following government directives, booking through the banned notes are non-cancellable and non-changeable.
Earlier, AirAsia also came up with a similar budget offer, as the airlines introduced all-inclusive ticket-fares from Rs 899, for bookings till November 27, 2016 and valid for the travel period till April 30, 2017.