The Tata-AirAsia joint venture airline will fly five times a day in and out of Chennai to Bengaluru and
Bhubaneswar, starting next month, AirAsia India said in a release today.
Besides, the Bengaluru-based carrier also announced induction of another Airbus A320 into its fleet, raising its size to 15.
Effective February 24, the airline will operate three daily flights to Bengaluru and two to Bhubaneswar from Chennai, which becomes its 17th destination, the company said. "We ended 2017 on a high note and are delighted to continue the momentum in 2018. We reinforce our commitment to enhancing connectivity and making air travel affordable to all," AirAsia India managing director and chief executive Amar Abrol said.
The airline also announced special promotional all-inclusive fares of Rs 1,299 and Rs 2,699 for Bengaluru and Bhubaneswar, respectively.
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