GoAir, Jet Airways, AirAsia Offer Discount On Flight Tickets On These Routes

Airlines are showering discounts on domestic and international flight tickets which can be easily availed from respective airline’s website/app. GoAir is offering domestic flight tickets starting at an all-inclusive price of Rs. 1,304.

While Jet Airways is offering 30 per cent discount on base fare in economy flights flying from India to select destinations in Europe. AirAsia India is offering up to 20 per cent discount on base fares of all domestic flight tickets. On international front, AirAsia is offering 60 per cent discount offer.

GoAir’s discount offer

GoAir airline is offering domestic flight tickets starting at an all-inclusive price of Rs. 1,304 under its ‘More destinations, Low Fare’ offer. Customers willing to avail GoAir’s special offer can book flight tickets till May 2, 2018. Also an additional 10 per cent discount is available on bookings through GoAir app by using the code GOAPP10.

In another offer, the carrier is offering up to Rs. 2,000 value back on its domestic flight tickets under its ‘Summer offer’. GoAir has partnered with ZoomCar, Xoxoday, Paytm and HDFC Bank to give the value back of up to Rs. 2,000 on domestic flight tickets. GoAir is giving maximum discount of up to Rs. 1,200 or 12 per cent whichever is lower on Zoomcar drive and Rs. 1000 discount on Xoxoday on a minimum purchase of Rs. 2,000. Under this offer, GoAir is offering 5 per cent cashback on payment via Paytm wallet. Also 10 per cent discount is available on booking through HDFC Bank debit and credit cards. Read More…

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