Budget carrier IndiGo has announced a special sale offer on domestic and international routes. Under the latest offer, IndiGo is offering flight tickets starting from ₹1,298 and ₹3,999 for domestic and international travel respectively, the carrier mentioned on its wwebsite. Tickets can be booked under IndiGo’s ‘A sale to steal offer!’ till 30 August. IndiGo’s ₹1,298 and ₹3,999 offer is valid for travel till 28 March 2020, noted the carrier. Without divulging the number of seats under the latest offer, the budget carrier mentioned, ‘limited inventory is available under the offer and therefore discounts will be provided to customers subject to availability and at the sole discretion of IndiGo.
Booking for IndiGo’s all-inclusive domestic fares starting from ₹1,298 and for international fares starting from ₹3,999 for flight bookings can be made through all channels during the offer period and is valid only on non-stop flights on various sectors across IndiGo’s domestic and international network.
This offer cannot be clubbed with any other offer, scheme, or promotion, and is non-transferable, non-exchangeable and non-encashable, IndiGo said.
IndiGo’s latest offer on domestic and international flight ticket is not valid on group bookings.
Some of the routes for travel under IndiGo’s latest sale are:
Delhi to Bagdogra – ₹2937*
Delhi to Jodhpur – ₹2545*
Delhi to Raipur – ₹2598*
Delhi to Thiruvananthapuram – ₹4645*
Delhi to Vadodra – ₹2022*
Delhi to Jeddah – ₹15549*
Delhi to Pune – ₹2960*
Delhi to Surat – ₹2545*
Delhi to Udaipur – ₹2495*
Delhi to Vijayawada – ₹3595*
Domestic carrier SpiceJet has also come up with a flash sale called ‘Desh-Videsh Ghoomo Sale’. Under this falsh sale, SpiceJet is offering flight tickets starting ₹1,299 (all-inclusive) on domestic routes and ₹3,999 (all-inclusive) on international routes, the carrier mentioned on its website. Bookings for SpiceJet’s ‘Desh-Videsh Ghoomo Sale’ which also end on 30 August, and is valid for travel till 31 March 2020.
IndiGo currently has a fleet of Airbus A320neo, A320ceo and A321 planes as well as ATR turboprop aircraft that connect domestic and nearby international destinations. The airline is looking at inducting wide-body aircraft as well as Airbus A321XLR for its international operations.