This Article is From Oct 23, 2018

GoAir, AirAsia Offer Discount On Flight Tickets. Details Here

GoAir and AirAsia India are offering a host of discount offers on domestic and international flight tickets.

GoAir, AirAsia Offer Discount On Flight Tickets. Details Here

AirAsia India is offering up to 70 per cent discount on all destinations.

Airlines are offering a host of discount offers on domestic and international flight tickets. GoAir is offering flight tickets at a starting all-inclusive price of Rs. 999 on domestic flights, according to the airline's website - goair.in. AirAsia India is offering a discount of up to 70 per cent on flights across its network, according to the airline's website - airasia.com. The offers from the carriers - GoAir and AirAsia India - come amid high competition in the country's civil aviation market.

Here are the offers on domestic and international flight tickets in detail:

GoAir's offer on flight tickets

GoAir is offering domestic flight tickets at a starting all-inclusive price of Rs. 999. The booking period of the offer will end on October 23, 2018 and the travel period for which customers can avail GoAir flight tickets is between November 22 and December 22, 2018. Additionally, GoStar members can also avail Rs. 225 discount as convenience fee on the next flight.

AirAsia's offer on flight tickets

AirAsia India is offering up to 70 per cent discount on all destinations, which is valid till October 28, 2018. The travel period to avail AirAsia's discount on flight tickets is till June 30, 2019. In order to avail AirAsia's offer on flight tickets, customers need to book flight tickets in advance. AirAsia's discount on flight tickets is available on selected fare classes only. However, the offer on flight tickets is available on base fare only.

Competition among airlines operating in the country's civil aviation market has picked up in the past few months, riding on the back of robust growth in passenger traffic. Domestic airlines carried 913.95 lakh passengers from January to August, as against 754.11 lakh in the corresponding period a year ago - a growth of 21.2 per cent, according to data from aviation regulator DGCA or Directorate General of Civil Aviation.