Fare war in Indian skies has gone intense with airlines frequently introducing new offers. Following budget-carrier SpiceJet's 'cheaper than train fare' sale on Wednesday, others airlines too introduced new offers to woo in travelers.
While IndiGo introduced a discount scheme offering all-inclusive fares starting Rs 1499, Jet Airways offered special advance purchase fares for economy class starting Rs 1,933.
The IndiGo offer is valid on bookings made 90 days ahead of travel date. Jet Airways is available on tickets purchased a minimum of 90 days prior for travel on or after July 1.
SpiceJet on Wednesday launched discount scheme offering air tickets as low as Rs 599 (all-inclusive), making it the cheapest offer announced so far this year.
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This SpiceJet sale is valid for travel between July 1 and October 24, 2015 and bookings can be done from February 11 to 13 (both dates included).
Domestic carriers have announced a series of discounted ticket schemes in the past few weeks to attract customers in the January-March and August-September quarters which are traditionally considered a low travel demand period.