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GoAir Offers Domestic Flight Tickets From 1,099 Rupees. Details Here

The fares under GoAir's scheme are applicable on travel from October 28, 2018 to January 31, 2019.

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GoAir Offers Domestic Flight Tickets From 1,099 Rupees. Details Here

GoAir Sale: The booking period of the offer ends on October 14, 2018,


GoAir is offering flight tickets at a starting all-inclusive price of Rs. 1,099, said the airline on microblogging website Twitter. The fares under GoAir's scheme are applicable on travel from October 28, 2018 to January 31, 2019. The booking period of the offer ends on October 14, 2018, according to the carrier's website - goair.in. The offer comes amid high competition in the country's civil aviation market, with rivals also offering discounts on flight tickets to attract passengers.  

Under the scheme, the airline is offering flights originating from Srinagar at a starting fare of Rs 1,099. For flights from Chennai and Ahmedabad, the fares start from Rs 1,199 and Rs 1,399 respectively, according to the airline's website. Tickets from Bengaluru and Chennai start from Rs 1,499, according to GoAir.

OriginFare
Ex-SrinagarRs 1099
Ex-ChennaiRs 1,199
Ex-AhmedabadRs 1,399
Ex-BengaluruRs 1,499
Ex-RanchiRs 1,499
Ex-PuneRs 1,599
Ex-GoaRs 1,599
Ex-MumbaiRs 1,699
Ex-PatnaRs 1,699
Ex-HyderabadRs 1,699
Ex-JaipurRs 1,699
Ex-GuwahatiRs 1,799
Ex-NagpurRs 1,799
Ex-LehRs 1,899
Ex-KolkataRs 1,999
Ex-DelhiRs 2,199
Ex-LucknowRs 2,199
Ex-KochiRs 2,599
Ex-Port BlairRs 3,099
(Source: goair.in)

GoAir, on Thursday, launched its first ever direct international flight to Phuket from Delhi. The new international schedule introduces direct flights connecting Phuket to Mumbai and Delhi, the airline said in a press release.

With the launch of international flights, GoAir becomes the sixth domestic airline to start international operations.

Domestic airlines carried 913.95 lakh passengers in the first eight months of the current calendar year (January to August 2018), as against 754.11 lakh in the corresponding period a year ago, data from aviation regulator DGCA or Directorate General of Civil Aviation showed. That marked a year-on-year increase of 21.20 per cent in passenger traffic.

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