Spicejet triggered airfare war by slashing fare up to 75 percent

Feb 25, 2014 16:35 IST

Spicejet, the low-cost carrier on 24 February 2014 triggered a third round of airfare war by slashing ticket prices up to 75 percent. This facility will be available for its Super Summer Sale to the customers. This step was also followed by its rivals namely GoAir and IndiGo for the same period.   
In last one month this is the third time that the Kalanithi Maran-promoted carrier took this step to entice fares of the customers. This announcement of Spicejet says that anybody who books within next three days to travel between 1 April to 30 June 2014.

The impact of this discount on the prices of flights


Original price

Discounted price

Delhi-Goa ticket

11148 rupees all-in for last-minute purchase

3737 rupees all-in under this offer

Chennai-Delhi ticket

11085 rupees all-in for last-minute prices

3675 rupees all-in under this offer

Chennai-Pune ticket

7261 rupees all-in for last-minute prices

2028 rupees all-in under this offer

Chenna-Port Blair ticket

9570 rupees all-in for last-minute prices

3286 rupees all-in under this offer

The all-time low fares for Indigo start at 1876 rupees in the Mumbai-Ahmadabad sector and 3410 rupees in the Delhi-Mumbai sector.

Earlier on 31 January 2014, all domestic airlines except Air India slashed their airfares by 30 percent under the advance purchase scheme.


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