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AirAsia India lowers fares, offers 20% discount

PTI  Mumbai, August 13, 2014
First Published: 15:59 IST(13/8/2014) | Last Updated: 16:04 IST(13/8/2014)

AirAsia India, the latest entrant in domestic air space, has lowered its fares by 20% for a limited period on all its flights.
 
The discounted ticket scheme was launched on Tuesday for a six-day period (till August 17) and offers customers 20% discount on tickets across categories for flights from Bengaluru to Chennai, Kochi and Goa and vice versa, AirAsia India said in a release.

AirAsia India currently operates flights from its current base Bengaluru to Chennai, Kochi and Goa. It also plans to launch flight services from Bengaluru to Jaipur and Chandigarh.
 
Customers can book their tickets under this discounted scheme till August 17 for a travel period up to December 14, it said.
 
AirAsia India, which is the domestic arm of Malaysian no-frills carrier AirAsia, had at the time of entering in the Indian aviation market said that its fares will be 35% cheaper compared to the segment players.
 
"With our existing everyday low fares, this new campaign is introduced in appreciation of the support and response extended by our passengers. Standing by our promise, this campaign will live up to our visions of making every Indian fly," AirAsia India chief executive Mittu Chandilya said in the release.
 
The current offer is available for these proposed flights as well, the release said.
 
The travel period for the proposed Jaipur and Chandigarh flights will be between September 5 and October 25, the release said.
 
AirAsia India's Jaipur and Chandigarh flight services are scheduled to start from September 5.


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