SpiceJet anniversary sale: Fares start at Rs 12
Cheap SpiceJet supplier offers cheap airline tickets Rs 12. The base price of Rs 12 does not include taxes and surcharges. The offer is valid for domestic and international travel and is part of SpiceJet’s 12th anniversary celebrations.
The sale began on Tuesday, May 23 and will run until May 28, 2017. It is valid for travel from June 26, 2017 and March 24, 2018.
“These offers reiterate that airlines try to make flying a rewarding experience for all Indians,” SpiceJet said Tuesday in a statement.
The company said there were limited seats under the deal and ticket purchase will be available on a first come, first served basis.
Customers who use the birthday offer to sell would also be eligible for a drawing contest offers plenty. Winner prices include a free international air ticket, free domestic airline ticket and a hotel value of 10,000 Rome value.
Tickets are refundable under the deal (only legal refundable taxes), although modified with exchange rate and price difference, according to the company.
SpiceJet operates 358 daily flights to 46 destinations, including 39 national and seven international media. The airline connects its network with a fleet of 33 Boeing 737NG and 17 Bombardier Q-400 aircraft.
Indian skies were locked in a battle of tickets for the last two years as companies try to attract customers with discounted rates on a regular basis. Analysts believe that strong competition among airlines amid strong passenger growth led to lower prices. Domestic passenger air traffic increased by 15.15% to $ 91.34 lakh in April, according to data from the aviation regulator of the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGAC).
Under the GST or the goods and services tax to be implemented on July 1, the economy class airline became cheaper. The fiscal space for economic air transport has been set at 5 percent compared to the existing 6 percent. However, business class notes should be more expensive, which were placed under the 12 percent tax level compared to the existing nine percent.