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Indigo & SpiceJet offers International tickets from Rs.3999

Indigo & SpiceJet offers International tickets from Rs.3999
Indigo & SpiceJet offers International tickets from Rs.3999
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Reportedly with the festive season around the corner and air passenger traffic set to increase, domestic airlines in the country such as IndiGo and SpiceJet have announces sales on domestic and international routes. Recently IndiGo has announced the 'A sale to steal offer' where it is offering slight tickets starting at Rs 1,298 for domestic and Rs 3,999 for international travel, where these are all-inclusive fares. The sale will go on until August 30 for travel till March 28, 2020 and is valid only on non-stop flights and is not valid for group bookings.

Indigo & SpiceJet offers International tickets from Rs.3999

Furthermore bookings for this can be made not just on its website, but also across all channels. Apparently some of the discounted fares include delhi to Thiruvananthapuram at Rs 4645 and delhi to Vijayawada at Rs 3595. Meanwhile in addition, SpiceJet is also offering a 25% discount on meals, seats and SpiceMax which will go on till September 30, 2019 and 250 bonus points on new Spice Club registrations till September 4, 2019.



Recently both SpiceJet and IndiGo have said that these discounts are only for limited inventory and will be available on a first-come, first served basis. Currently IndiGo has a fleet of 236 aircraft. On the other hand, SpiceJet has a fleet of 107 aircraft as of the June quarter end. Moreover Air india too, extended its sale until August 28 where it is offering all-inclusive discounted fares starting from Rs 1020 for domestic travel and these will be for travel up to September 30, 2019.


Indigo & SpiceJet offers International tickets from Rs.3999
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