SpiceJet provides flight tickets from ₹899 in new sale

SpiceJet has developed a special sale offering flight tickets from from £899 for domestic flyers. SpiceJets Book Befikar Sale! The offer was open for booking today (January 13) and ends on January 17, 2021. It is valid for travel between April 1, 2021 and September 30, 2021, the airline mentioned on their website.

Under his book Befikar Sale! In the offer, SpiceJet grants a one-time waiver of the change / cancellation fee (applies to changes / cancellations made 21 days before the day of departure). The low-cost airline also issues a free voucher equal to the base price up to a maximum of Rs 1000 per customer and flight.

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“Book Befikar Sale! Book domestic tickets from only £899 all in. Also enjoy the freedom to change or cancel tickets at no charge. What is more; Get a FREE flight voucher that matches the base price of your ticket, “tweeted budget airline SpiceJet.

Book the Befikar Sale! Book domestic tickets from only £899 all in. Also enjoy the freedom to change or cancel tickets at no charge. What is more; You will receive a FREE flight voucher for the base price of your ticket. Travel period: April 1st – September 30th. The sale ends on January 17th. pic.twitter.com/QtJP3MZD6t

– SpiceJet (@flyspicejet) January 12, 2021

“The free flight vouchers are valid until February 28, 2021. These vouchers can be redeemed for new bookings with a minimum transaction amount of £5,500 and travel dates between April 1, 2021 and September 30, 2021. The voucher is only valid for domestic flight bookings made through www.SpiceJet.com, “the airline mentioned on their website.

The latest SpiceJet offer applies to bookings across all channels. “The discount only applies to one-way fares. This offer cannot be combined with other offers and does not apply to group bookings,” said SpiceJet.

According to SpiceJet, stocks are limited and only available upon availability.

The aviation industry has been severely affected due to travel restrictions in India and abroad amid the coronavirus pandemic. Scheduled domestic passenger traffic resumed on May 25 last year after being suspended for nearly two months to combat the coronavirus outbreak.

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