(Reuters)
(Reuters)

IndiGo Holi sale: Flight tickets from 899 on offer

  • IndiGo has put up 10 lakh seats up for grabs
  • The airline is offering flight tickets from 3,399 on international routes

NEW DELHI: IndiGo, India’s biggest carrier, has put up 10 lakh seats up for grabs as pa, with flight tickets starting 899 on domestic routes and 3,399 on international routes. IndiGo says that the 3-day offer will close on 7th March and is applicable for travel between March 20, 2019 and September 28, 2019. The airline also said that discounts will be provided to customers subject to seat availability. With its fleet of over 200 aircraft, IndiGo offers over 1,300 daily flights and connects 52 domestic destinations and 16 international destinations.

Under the 899 offer, among other routes, IndiGo is offering Delhi-Ahmedabad flight tickets from 2,199, Delhi-Bhubaneswar 3,199, Delhi-Bengaluru 2,799, Delhi-Chennai 2,799, Delhi-Hyderabad 2,499, Delhi-Kolkata 2,899, Delhi-Patna 2,499, Delhi-Pune 2,999, Delhi-Surat 2,299 and Delhi-Mumbai 2,399.

On the international routes, IndiGo is offering Delhi-Doha flight tickets from 9,099, Delhi-Dubai 6,499, Delhi-Phuket 8,199, Kochi-Abu Dhabi 6,699, Kochi-Doha 7,199, Kochi-Dubai 5,799, Kochi-Kuwait 8,099 and Kochi-Male 3,699.

IndiGo’s latest offer is valid only on non-stop flights on various sectors across the airline’s domestic and international network and cannot be clubbed with any other offers.

Many airlines have been coming up with promotional offers to lure passengers. Rival SpiceJet has announced four-day sale last month, with fares starting 899.

Earlier this year, IndiGo had announced Istanbul as its 16th international destination. The airline will operate its daily non-stop flights between Delhi and Istanbul effective March 20, 2019.

Effective March 15, IndiGo will also operate daily flights between Kannur and Doha and six-days a week service between Kannur and Kuwait.

IndiGo will be looking at starting services to China, Vietnam, Myanmar and Saudi Arabia, among other countries, as the airline embarks on expanding its international network, Press Trust of India reported.

Domestic air passenger traffic rose 9.1% in January, with the country's airlines carrying 125.08 lakh passengers during the month, according to data released by aviation regulator DGCA. Domestic air passenger traffic in January last year was 114.65 lakh. The market share of IndiGo for January was 42.5%, showed the latest data by the aviation regulator. In December last year, IndiGo's market share was 43.2% while Air India's market share was 12.4%.

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