AirAsia's mega sale offer on domestic, international flight tickets
AirAsia is back with another mega sale, the heavy discount offer is on domestic as well as international flight. The bookings are open till April 1, 2018 and bookings can be done through on airline's official website and app. The domestic flight tickets starts at Rs. 849 all inclusive price at select routes under its 'Mega Sale' scheme.
According to the airline's website - airasia.com., the travel period for availing the AirAsia India's offer starts on October 1, 2018 and ends on May 28, 2019. The mega sale includes cities like flying to Bengaluru, Jaipur, New Delhi, Ranchi, Chennai, Bhubaneswar, Kolkata among others. The international flights include Kuala Lumpur, Bangkok, Phuket and Melbourne at as low as Rs 1900.
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The fares would be applicable for advance booking on flights between October 1, to May 28, 2019.
The discounted all-inclusive fares offered under AirAsia India's 'Mega Sale' are on flights from Bhubaneshwar to Kolkata (starting at Rs. 869), from Kochi to Bengaluru (starting at Rs. 879), from Imphal to Guwahati (starting at Rs. 879), from Bengaluru to Kochi (starting at Rs. 879), from Bengaluru to Chennai (starting at rs 879), from Bhubaneshwar to Bengaluru (starting at Rs. 1,499), among others. Meanwhile, the flights between Bhubaneshwar to Ranchi will cost Rs. 850 in October, 2018.
Terms and conditions of AirAsia India's 'Mega sale'
- AirAsia India's new promotional offer requires flyers to make advance bookings, the airline said on its website.
- The discounted tickets are available only for online bookings at www.airasia.com, noted the carrier.
- AirAsia on it's website said, ticket fares includes airport taxes (except for selected airports where airport tax is collected at the point of departure).
- Seats are limited and may not be available on all flights, AirAsia India noted on its website.
- The offer is subject to availability and 'AirAsia's Terms and Conditions'.
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