Air India brings the best offer of the year, tickets so cheap that everyone is surprised

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Owned by Tata Group Indian water It has come up with great offers to increase its market share. Under this, Air India has come up with the biggest 4-day sale for domestic and international routes. It is offering passengers attractive fares with huge discounts on their upcoming journeys. The offer starts at Rs 1,470 for Economy and Rs 10,130 for Business Class on domestic routes. This rent is inclusive of taxes and other charges. Similar attractive fares are available on select international routes, the airline said.

Lots of great offers with cheap tickets

Passengers will also waive the facility fee on all bookings made under the sale through Air India’s website (airindia.com) and mobile app. Air India Flying Return members also get a chance to earn double loyalty bonus points on all tickets booked. Bookings under the sale open today, Thursday, August 17, and will close at 23:59 on August 20, 2023 for travel between September 1 and October 31, 2023 on select domestic and international routes.

Where can you book?

Passengers can book under this offer through authorized travel agents and online travel agents (OTAs) in addition to Air India’s website and mobile app. Seats on sale are limited and available on a first-come-first-served basis, Air India said.

The new logo was launched last week.

Last week, Air India unveiled a new brand identity ‘The Vista’, inspired by the golden window frame spire. According to the airline, from December 2023 passengers will start seeing the new logo during their journey. The airline’s first A350 will enter the fleet in the new livery only in December. Tata Group took control of loss-making Air India in January 2022.

Air India has placed a bulk order for the aircraft.

Earlier this year, Air India placed orders for 470 aircraft worth US$70 billion (based on published list prices) from Airbus and Boeing. Delivery of the new aircraft will begin from November this year. As part of its turnaround plan, the airline is leasing and buying 20 wide-body aircraft this year. In addition, a US$400 million program will begin mid-next year to completely renew the interiors of its aging fleet of 43 wide-body aircraft.

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