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Monday, July 12, 2004

Air Deccan tests cut-price limit

Thru The Telegraph

Fasten your seat belts for the cheapest air ride to the metros: Rs 500 and upwards for a flight to Delhi or Mumbai.

Air Deccan’s pioneering attempt to expand the market for air travel through dirt cheap tickets could push other airlines into offering similar packages.
Tickets can be bought over the Internet 90 days in advance. The tickets will begin at Rs 500; another 45 will be available up to Rs 5,000 and the last 90 between Rs 5,000 and Rs 8,000. The fare on other airlines is about Rs 10,300.
The airline will also expand its fleet of ATR-42 (500) turbo-props by adding five aircraft later this year. “We are going to operate three (aircraft) from Delhi to Agra, Jaipur, Lucknow and other places and use the other two for the Northeast. We plan to operate 100 flights a day by the end of the year as against 47 flights now.”


  • At 2:06 pm, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Shop at your favorite stores 24 hours a day. Why go to the mall when you can shop online and avoid the traffic


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