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Bumper discount: IndiGo offers winter sale, tickets starting at just Rs. 899

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In order to take on other famous airlines like Jet Airways, AirAsia, AirIndia etc, IndiGo airlines is offering a bumper discount winter sale selling out flight tickets starting at just Rs. 899. Booking for Indigo’s ‘Fare-tastic Winters!’offer started today, 21 November 2018, and will end on 25 November.

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Starting fares on some of the IndiGo routes under the latest offer include Delhi-Ahmedabad (Rs 1599), Delhi-Bengaluru (Rs 2,899), Delhi-Chennai (Rs 2,899), Delhi-Bhubaneswar (Rs 2,799), Mumbai-Bengaluru (Rs 1,899), Mumbai-Ahmedabad (Rs 1,299), Bengaluru-Ahmedabad (Rs 1,999) and Bengaluru-Bhubaneswar (Rs 2,199).

“IndiGo’s all-inclusive Rs 899 fare is valid for flight bookings made through all channels during the offer period. The offer is valid for bookings made during the offer period, at least 15 days prior to the date of departure, provided that the date of travel is no later than 15 April 2019,” the carrier mentioned on its site.

The Rs 899 offer is valid only on non-stop flights on various sectors across IndiGo’s domestic and international network. “This offer cannot be clubbed with any other offer, scheme, or promotion.

The offer is not valid on IndiGo’s group bookings,” the budget carrier said.

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Meanwhile, IndiGo has said that it will start daily, non-stop flight between Bengaluru and Gorakhpur from 7 January, 2019. Earlier this month, IndiGo started flight services from Bengaluru to Allahabad. IndiGo, India’s biggest airline, with a fleet of 190 aircraft including Airbus A320s and 12 ATR aircraft, offers over 1,200 daily flights and connects 48 domestic destinations and 11 international destinations.

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