ticket prices as low as Rs 999 with a more than four months validity period for travel across its network.
The bookings for the three-day offer starts from Saturday. The fares, offered under the scheme are non-refundable and
available only for a limited number of seats, the airline said in a statement today.
In case of a cancellation, only airport taxes will be refunded, the airline said adding the travel period booked during the
offer period will remain valid from June 23 to October 31, 2015.
Aviation regulator DGCA had recently said it was keeping an eye on air fares to check any “exorbitant” and “predatory”
pricing by the domestic carriers.
The DGCA had asked the airlines to provide the quantum (percentage) of the tickets sold by them at different pricing levels
(highest and lowest fares buckets) for each sector over the next few months, sources close to the developments said.
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