GoAir announces three discounted ticket schemes

NEW DELHI: No-frills carrier GoAir on Saturday rolled out three discounted ticket schemes to its customers for a limited period including offering one-way fares starting as low as Rs 691 excluding taxes for travel between January 1 and September 30 next year.

The three offers — Christmas Special, Go Explore and Happy Tuesday’s — are aimed at making air travel affordable for customers across its network, especially during the holiday season, the airline said.

The ‘Christmas Special’ offer, which is available for bookings from November 20 to November 22, gives every 25th GoAir passenger a chance to win free tickets to any of the GoAir sectors for travel between December 1 and December 25, 2015, GoAir said in a release.

Similarly, under the ‘Go Explore’ scheme, ticket prices for GoAir flights starts at Rs 691 excluding of mandatory taxes and the travel period for this offer is between January 1 and September 30, 2016.

To avail the opportunity, passengers need to book their tickets between November 21-24, 2015 through airlines website, travel agents, travel portals, airport ticketing office or from airlines call centre.

Along with these two offers, GoAir has relaunched ‘Happy Tuesday’s’ offer, wherein passengers will be able to avail 20% discount on the base fare of all GoAir flights booked between November 24 – December 15, 2015 for travel on Tuesdays between the given period, GoAir said.

The four-week sale will be open till midnight of December 14, and tickets booked under this offer will be governed by the airlines standard rebooking and cancellation policies, the airline said.

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