Mumbai: State-run Air India Ltd on Wednesday announced a sale with discounts of about 30% on advance bookings, joining a fare war triggered by private-sector airlines to tide over the lean season and to fill up seats faster.
Air India is offering discounts on tickets booked between Thursday and Saturday for travel between 29 March and 30 September.
“The sale is on select domestic (flights) and the domestic leg of international flights,” Air India said in a statement.
The scheme covers 115 flights and offers discounts of about 30% on the advance purchase of 30-, 60- and 90-day fare levels, it said. The state-owned airline said some of the fares on offer are as low as Rs.1,586 for a Goa-Mumbai ticket, not including taxes. A Delhi-Lucknow ticket costsRs.1,889, Mumbai-Kolkata Rs.3,470, and Thiruvananthapuram-Mumbai Rs.2,557.