Air India offers low fare tickets on selected sectors

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New Delhi, Feb 18 (PTI) In a bid to attract morepassengers, Air India today launched a number of low basicfare tickets on selected domestic sectors.

The lowest basic fare would be Rs 100 on selectedsectors, excluding the fuel surcharge, passenger service fee,user development fee - wherever applicable- and the servicetax.

"The tickets would be available in the 14-day advancebooking category under the Budget Season Promotion Schemebetween February and March 31," an airline spokesperson said.

The 14-day advance one way purchase fare of Rs 100 isavailable on Delhi-Chennai, Delhi-Bangalore and Delhi-Hyderabad sectors.

A passenger will have to pay Rs 3,429, inclusive ofall surcharge and taxes on Delhi-Chennai sector, while Rs3,229 on Chennai-Delhi flight. Similarly, a Delhi-Bangaloreticket would cost Rs 3,429 and on return leg it would be Rs3,481. The total fare of a Delhi-Hyderabad flight would be Rs2,929 and Hyderabad-Delhi would cost Rs 3,196.

The national carrier has also launched a seven-day oneway advance purchase fare of Rs 370 between Kochi and Mumbaiand one way instant purchase fare of Rs 499 between Coimbatoreand Kozhikode, excluding the fuel surcharge, passenger servicefee, user development fee - wherever applicable - and theservice tax.

The total cost of a Mumbai-Kochi ticket, inclusive ofall surcharge and taxes, would be Rs 3,999 and seven-dayadvance purchase fare on Kochi-Mumbai would be Rs 3,891, thespokesperson said.

On Kozhokide-Coimbatore sector, a ticket would cost Rs728 and instant purchase on Coimbatore-Kozhikode would costthe same to a passengers, including passengers service fee.

The national carrier has launched the low specificflight fares on AI coded flights on seven domestic sectors forRs 999 plus taxes.

An instant purchase fare of Rs 999 is also availableon the Hyderabad-Bangalore (directional) sector on IC 978.

For this, a passengers would have to pay only thepassenger service fee and user development fee (UDF) and arenot required to pay any fuel surcharge, he added.

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