Indian Fare Sale update: Air India joins in the 50% off sale

Yesterday I wrote extensively about how it was a good opportunity for you all to pick up very cheap flights 30 days out (at 50% off), on SpiceJet, Indigo and GoAir. All these fares are available on Online Travel Agents such as, and as well.

There was also speculation that Air India would join into this sale, however, nothing had been heard about it so far. Last night I heard the Air India tickets were on sale from midnight of 22 Jan 2014 onwards, and available on Air India’s website, and also the travel websites mentioned above. You can also call your neighbourhood travel agent for these fares.

Have a look here at Mumbai Delhi fares from Air India’s website. The round trip is costing INR 6,935 which is about the same for a one-way fare on Jet Airways at this moment.


Air India’s offer for these tickets is open for sale between January 22 and January 24, and they are matching SpiceJet, Indigo & Go Air to the last paisa. If you’d like to fly a full service carrier at the price of a low-fare one, this is your opportunity, unless Jet Airways also comes into the picture soon. The Air India tickets would be valid between February 21 to April 15 2014 on all domestic sectors of the airline.

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  1. AI’s Chairman & MD Rohit Nandan’s statement on 4th August 2013 – “After I came, I decided no more low fares. There is no point in focusing on your market share at the cost of profitability.”

    I was actually really hoping they wouldn’t bite the bullet.

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