AirAsia India (budget carrier) and Vistara (full-service airline) have slashed their ticket prices to as low as below ₹1,000 for certain sectors. Both airlines are joint ventures of Tata Group with Malaysia’s AirAsia Berhad and Singapore Airlines respectively.
AirAsia India is selling tickets starting form ₹899 for domestic travel between February 6-October 28, 2017. The charges are applicable if booked between September 5 and September 11, for flight code i5.
The airline doesn’t fly directly to international destinations yet, but during the same period, it has dropped international ticket prices up to ₹3,399 for routes connected via its group airlines: AirAsia Berhad (flight code AK), Thai AirAsia (flight code FD) and AirAsia X (flight code D7).
For example, passengers flying from Delhi to Kuala Lumpur, Perth, Sydney, Melbourne and Auckland can enjoy fares starting from of ₹12,999. This includes AirAsia’s Premium Flatbed service.
AirAsia India’s CEO, Amar Abrol says, “AirAsia as a group is committed to continuously offering our guests the best services coupled with affordable fares. We hope our guests make the best use of our big sale to plan their travel well in advance.”
Vistara’s sale is valid for tickets booked by September 10 and for travel between September 12 and September 30, 2016.
A discounted economy ticket for Vistara’s Jammu-Srinagar flight is priced at ₹949, the Goa-Mumbai flight is for ₹1,099, Delhi-Lucknow flight is for ₹1,399, and Guwahati-Bagdogra flight is priced at ₹1,999.
Vistara’s long haul sectors such as Delhi-Bengaluru and Delhi-Mumbai are offered at ₹2,399 and ₹2,299 respectively. The highest priced ticket during this sale period is the Port Blair-Kolkata ticket for ₹4,079.
All the prices mentioned above are for one-way travel and inclusive of taxes.