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GoAir Flight Ticket’s Offer Starting at Rs. 1,566 for a Limited Period

GoAir time and again announces discounts under its 'Low Fare Wednesday' series of offer, which are usually open for bookings on Wednesdays

GoAir Flight Ticket‘s offer starting at Rs. 1,566 for a Limited Period.

Under its ‘Low Fare Wednesday’ scheme, GoAir is offering discounted flight tickets to destinations including Delhi, Mumbai, Goa, Bengaluru and Kolkata, according to the airline’s website goair.in.

GoAir time and again announces discounts under its ‘Low Fare Wednesday’ series of offer, which are usually open for bookings on Wednesdays.

While the lowest fare offered under the scheme is at Rs. 1,566 on flights from Lucknow to Delhi, other fares include Rs. 1,608 for flights from Ahmedabad to Mumbai, and Rs. 1,849 for those from Hyderabad to Goa, according to the GoAir website.

A search on the GoAir bookings portal on Wednesday showed flight tickets for a journey from Lucknow to Delhi next week were available for booking from Rs. 1,566.

Here are five things to know about GoAir’s Low Fare Wednesday offer:

The discounted fares offered by GoAir under its ‘Low Fare Wednesday’ scheme are valid till May 4, 2018, the airline mentioned on its website.

“Enjoy lowest airfare across India on domestic flights. There couldn’t be a better way to fly with cheapest airfare in India. Rush in to treat yourself with these discounts on airlines tickets,” GoAir said on its website.

Without divulging the total number of seats offered under the scheme, GoAir said: “Limited seats only.”

Fares are valid across select fare types and standard cancellation/rebooking policy is applicable, according to the GoAir website.

“Other terms and conditions and limitations of liability applicable as per ‘Citizen’s Charter’ displayed on www.GoAir.in,” the airline mentioned.

Discounted flight tickets from GoAir come at a time of high competition among airlines operating in the Indian civil aviation market.

Domestic airlines carried 222.09 lakh passengers in January-February this year, as against 182.34 lakh in the corresponding period a year ago, a year-on-year growth of 21.8 per cent, data from aviation regulator DGCA (Directorate General of Civil Aviation) showed.

Rival airlines Jet Airways and AirAsia India have also recently announced promotional schemes.

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