Sun group owned SpiceJet kicked off the price war by announcing a discount of 50% on fares. IndiGo and GoAir followed suit and slashed 30 day and 60 day advance ticket prices by 50%. Later, Air India followed announced a discount of 50% on tickets for travel dates between February 21 and April 15. Ticket prices after the discount will start as low as Rs 1,385 inclusive of taxes.
What makes the sale more attractive is that is valid even for high volume sectors. Delhi-Mumbai tickets are available for Rs.2830, compared to the spot fare of Rs. 4,798. However, SpiceJet has mentioned that the amount of discounted tickets on high volume sectors will be limited and they will calibrate the fares if the demand is really high.
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