- Air India to allow 25 kg of baggage per passenger for free
- Move aims to garner more passengers for the debt-ridden carrier
- AirAsia India is also offering all-inclusive tickets starting at Rs. 999
Riding on robust passenger traffic growth seen in the past few months, many airlines have time and again announced attractive discounts on fares under limited-period sales.
Private sector airline AirAsia India - a joint venture between Tata Sons and Malaysian carrier AirAsia - is offering all-inclusive tickets starting at Rs. 999 for select one-way flights under a limited-period promotional scheme. The scheme requires flyers to make advance bookings and is applicable on travel from February 26 to August 28, 2018, according to AirAsia India's website. Bookings under the AirAsia sale can be made till 27 August 2017, it noted.
Earlier this month, Air India offered tickets starting at Rs 425 for some domestic flights and below Rs. 7,000 on select international flights in a limited-period scheme aimed at Independence Day.
Meanwhile, Air India received the maximum number of customer complaints for its domestic services in the month of July. Air India received 1.7 complaints for every 10,000 passengers it flew in the month, well above the average of 0.71 complaints per 10,000 passengers carried, according to a Ministry of Civil Aviation press release.
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