GoAir offers air tickets starting at Rs 611


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Mumbai-based budget carrier GoAir is offering tickets starting for as low as Rs. 611 (base fare plus fuel surcharge) on select domestic routes.

The special discounted fares being offered as part of GoAir’s 11th anniversary celebrations can be booked till November 8 for travel between January 11-April 11 next year.

That’s not all. The airline is also offering passengers exciting gifts. “It’s our 11th anniversary and here are all the treats. This time we are giving away prizes for all things 11. Be our 11th, 111th and 1,111th customer to win BIG with these exclusive offers,” the airline said on its website.

“Every 11th customer will win a free ticket, every 111th customer will receive 40% off on all Lemon Tree Hotel stay, every 1,111th customer will win return tickets plus a two night-three day hotel stay. Eleven lucky customers will also stand a chance to win a Guess watch,” it said.

“This offer provides passengers a chance to plan for their travel in advance and get tickets at unbelievably low levels. Excellent opportunity for leisure travelers,” said Rajji Rai, chairman, Swift Travels.

Wadia Group-owned GoAir has also secured approval from the government to start international operations. The airline has been granted rights to operate to Iran, China, Vietnam, Maldives, Azerbaijan, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Qatar and Saudi Arabia.

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