New Delhi, Feb 24: As the colour of festivals, Holi is upcoming on March 7, the low fare carrier SpiceJet on Tuesday launched 'Colour The Skies' sale, with an-all inclusive one-way fares starting as low as Rs 1,699 for three days.
In the fifth scheme of flash sales in February, 1,00,000 seats are up for grabs to avail the exciting offer on both its domestic and international routes, that comes a day after SpiceJet's ownership went back to its original promoter, Ajay Singh.
The booking period starts on Feb 24, 2015 and ends on Feb 26, 2015 for the travel period between March 1, 2015 to April 20, 2015.
For those who want to travel abroad during the festive season, the tickets for international flights start at Rs 3,799 (all-inclusive).
The sale is valid on direct & onward connection flights on the domestic & International network.
"The sale is applicable on bookings made on www.spicejet.com, online travel portals and through travel agents only. The sale is not available at SpiceJet's Sales and Reservation Centre or at our Airport Ticketing Offices", the airline said.
"The 'Colour the Skies' sale gives our customers the chance to make almost immediate travel plans on Holi. We have extended 1,00,000 seats on offer at unbeatable fares. Our low fares have made it possible for many customers to travel more often and have also attracted many first-time flyers," said Chief Commercial Officer, SpiceJet, Kaneswaran Avili.
Under the offer, tickets on routes like Hyderabad- Vijayawada, Delhi-Dehradun, Guwahati-Kolkata, Ahmedabad -Mumbai, and Bangalore-Hyderabad are priced at an all- inclusive Rs 1,699, the airline said.
Similarly, the fares for the international flights start at as low as Rs 3,799 (all inclusive) for Delhi to Kathmandu, with discounted fares available on most other international routes too, SpiceJet said.
Completing its ownership transfer, SpiceJet on Tuesday said Ajay Singh has become the promoter after acquiring the entire 58.46 per cent stake from the Marans.
Singh, the original promoter of SpiceJet, is now back at the helm as part of a revival plan that would also be seeing a capital infusion of Rs 1,500 crore into the low-cost carrier.
Earlier this month, SpiceJet had offered 'cheaper than train' tickets at Rs 599.
Continuing its low-fare war, AirAsia had launched "Early Summer Sale" offer starting at Rs 699 only, on Monday, Feb 23.
Domestic carriers have announced a series of discounted ticket schemes in the past few weeks to attract customers in the March quarter of the fiscal which is traditionally considered a low travel demand period.