- IndiGo offer flight tickets at ₹1,165 on flash sale
- The flash sale can be availed on all channels during the offer period
Indian budget airline carrier, IndiGo, has commenced a flash sale wherein the domestic airline company is offering flight tickets for ₹ 1,165 (all-inclusive) for domestic travel. The bookings for the 3-day sale period started on the 12th of June and will end today i.e. 14th of June.
IndiGo’s ₹ 1,165 offer is valid for travel between 1 August 2021 and 30 September 2021.
On its official website, the airline mentioned, “This offer is made by InterGlobe Aviation Limited (“IndiGo”), to the customers booking IndiGo flights from Jun 12, 2021, up to 23:59 hours on Jun 14, 2021 (“Offer Period”) for travel between Aug 1, 2021, till Sep 30, 2021”.
Starting flight ticket prices on some of the IndiGo routes include:
- ₹ 1,966 on Delhi-Bagdogra
- ₹ 2,478 on Delhi-Bhubaneswar
- ₹ 2.366 on Delhi-Guwahati
- ₹ 1,477 on Delhi-Jaipur
- ₹ 2,566 Delhi-Mumbai
- ₹ 2,966 Delhi-Bengaluru
- ₹ 2,375 Delhi-Hyderabad
- ₹ 2,599 on Delhi-Mumbai
- ₹2,266 on Delhi-Pune
Without revealing the number of seats under the ₹ 1,165 flash sale offer, the budget carrier said “limited inventory is available under the offer and therefore discounts will be provided to customer’s subject to availability and at the sole discretion of IndiGo.”
IndiGo ₹ 1,165 flight ticket offer can be availed from all the channels during the offer period.
The budget airline said, “The offer is valid only on non-stop flights on various sectors across IndiGo’s domestic network and cannot be clubbed with any other offer, scheme, or promotion”.
The “change fee” will be waived off for any changes that will be made to the travel date by the customer for their bookings made during the Offer Period, without any restrictions on the changed travel date.
Having said this, the Offer shall not apply in the event the customer cancels the booking or changes the sector, in which cases the “cancellation fee” will be chargeable at currently applicable rates.
By this, IndiGo is hoping to reach the pre-COVID level of overall traffic, both domestic and international, by the second quarter of next year, said the company’s Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Ronojoy Dutta said in an interview with the PTI.
The carrier is currently operating around 40 per cent and 30 per cent of its pre-Covid domestic and international flights, respectively, and it does not plan to lay off any employees this year, Dutta told PTI in an interview.