SpiceJet ₹899 flight ticket sale supply ends right now
SpiceJet’s budget carrier £899 sale ends today. The airline had extended the sale twice. Previously, the bookings for Spicejet’s “Book Befikar Sale” were extended until January 22nd, which was further extended until January 24th.
“Did you hear? The Book Befikar sale is now extended until January 24th! Cancel domestic tickets £899 all in. Also enjoy the freedom to change or cancel tickets with no fee and a FREE flight voucher that matches the base price of your ticket. Travel period: April 1 – September 30, AGB Apply “, SpiceJet tweeted.
Have you heard? The Befikar Sale book is now extended until January 24th! Book domestic tickets £899 all in. Also enjoy the freedom to change or cancel tickets with no fee and a FREE flight voucher that matches the base price of your ticket. Travel period: April 1st – September 30th Terms and Conditions Apply at pic.twitter.com/fb068O9sOy
– SpiceJet (@flyspicejet) January 22, 2021
SpiceJet’s latest offer is valid for travel between April 1 and September 30, 2021.
Another airline, GoAir, has launched an exciting Republic Day ticket sale for passengers planning their domestic travel this year. GoAir has one million seats on sale on its domestic network at prices starting at a low price £859, under a limited-time special. The tickets under the program can be booked between January 22nd and January 29th for the travel period April 1st through December 31st, GoAir said. The sale is for one-way tariffs.
IndiGo had also launched a “Big Fat Sale” for air travelers, where the airline offered plane tickets for so little £877.
Meanwhile, India’s domestic civil aviation continues unabated and the sector is approaching pre-pandemic levels, Civil Aviation Minister Hardeep Singh Puri said in a tweet.
January 22, 2021
Domestic operations began on May 25th, calibrated with 30,000 passengers. We are now within reach of the pre-COVID numbers.
7 2,57,613 passengers on 2,211 flights
✈️ Total flight movements 4,421
✈️ Total number of visitors to airports 5,18,294 pic.twitter.com/wsAUlQLUv9
– Hardeep Singh Puri (@HardeepSPuri) January 23, 2021
“Up to 227,613 passengers flew on-site as of Jan. 22, compared to 30,000 passengers who traveled by plane when such flights resumed on May 25. We are now within range of the numbers ahead of Covid,” Puri tweeted.
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