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AirAsia India is once again promoting its services by offering services as low as Rs 799. The airline service also announced such schemes earlier to attract customers with discounted fares. Now the airlines announced AirAsia 2017 Early Bird Sale to lure customers with low prices.

Customers who book tickets under AirAsia 2017 Early Bird Sale can travel between May 1, 2017, and February 6, 2018. The booking for the AirAsia 2017 Early Bird Sale is open until January 15, 2017. The offers cover fly between the main cities and price packages are about Imphal-Guwahati from Rs 799, Bengaluru-Kochi from Rs 999, Hyderabad-Goa from Rs 1,499, Kochi-Hyderabad from Rs 1,499; and Chandigarh-Bengaluru from Rs 2,999.

Airasia Grand New Year Sale 2017: Book Air tickets Starting at Rs 917

On the other hand, Jet Airways has also extended its discounted fares scheme. The scheme offers flights starting Rs.999 inclusive all till January 9, 2017. Domestic Airline industry is now offering attractive packages and discounts during the New Year season. Other rivals IndiGo and GoAir are also providing discounts to help flyers plan their travel.

Air India is also offering a discount on fares under Republic Day offer as low as Rajdhani Express’s AC ticket prices. However, the special price is applicable only to economy class bookings for domestic sectors. Air India’s offer is available until April 10, 2017, and the travel date should be between January 26, 2017, and April 30, 2017. Tickets have to be purchased 20 days or more before the journey date.

Jet Airways, IndiGo, and AirAsia offering Tickets from Rs 799

Air India declared the lowest fare in this offer connects Delhi-Jaipur route starts from Rs 1,080. Other routes covered in the offer are Delhi-Bengaluru Rs 2,952, Delhi-Chennai Rs 3,100 and Delhi-Mumbai fares start from Rs 2,401.

Besides, the AirAsia 2017 Early Bird Sale from AirAsia, Discounted fares is a major reason behind the growth in the domestic airline industry. DGCA (Directorate General of Civil Aviation) states that the Indian airlines market has jumped 23 per cent to 903 lakh in the earlier year.