AirAsia India anniversary sale:
Book domestic flights starting at Rs 899, international at Rs 3,399 !!
The low-cost Malaysia-based budget airlines on 12th June completed two years of its India operations.
In order to celebrate its two years of operations in India, AirAsia India has announced attractive discounts for both domestic and international flights — tickets starting from Rs 899 one way.
The discount service will cover destinations like Bengaluru, Jaipur, Kochi, New Delhi and Pune
An all-inclusive starting fare of Rs 899 for flights to domestic destinations like Bengaluru, Jaipur, Kochi, New Delhi and Pune.
That will surely make the flier excited. The offer on the international flights is about to make him feel even more excited. The promo all-inclusive fare to popular destinations like Bali, Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur, Melbourne, Perth and Singapore starts at Rs 3,399.
Promo offers with low fares are a common technique that airlines adopt to increase sales.
The sale will be valid for bookings done till June 19, for travel dates between January and August 2017. We suggest that you plan and book your trip at the earliest.
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AirAsia India currently operates flights from its current base in Bengaluru and Delhi to Chandigarh, Goa, Guwahati, Imphal, Jaipur, Kochi, Pune and Visakhapatnam.
Meanwhile, there are more good news for air travelers, the government has announced a slew of measures aimed at making air travel more convenient. For example, excess baggage of up to 5 kg beyond 15 kg will not to be charged at more than Rs 100/- per kg.
In case of flight cancellations announced within 24 hours of departure, compensation amount will be enhanced to upto Rs 10,000/-. Compensation has been significantly enhanced to up to Rs 20,000/- in case of denied boarding due to over-booking.
“Cancellation amount cannot exceed basic fare and there shall be no additional charge to process the refund. Refunds will be applicable on all fares including promo and special fares,” said Civil Aviation Minister Ashok Gajapathi Raju.