SpiceJet, the fourth largest and affordable airlines which is based in India is now celebrating its 11th years of excellence of fulfilling every Indian’s dream of Flying. On this eve airlines has announced “The Anniversary Sale” with one way base fare from three days. Sale starts from 17th May and will be open till midnight of 19th May, 2016. The offer sale is valid for direct flights within the airlines network.
The fare starts at Rs. 511 for Domestic sector and Rs. 2111 for international sectors. The offer excludes all statutory taxes and fees which are to be paid by the passenger as applicable on the date of journey. Limited inventory is available on first come first serve basis.
“Sorry! Our online booking site is currently experiencing heavy traffic. Please try again later,” the SpiceJet website www.spicejet.com read. The SpiceJet official mobile apps for Android and iOS can be downloaded to book your tickets. You can also avail this offer by booking through online travel portals and agents.
The offer is available for domestic travel is from 15th June 2016 to 30th September 2016 and the International travel period is from 1st June to 20th July, 2016. The offer cannot be combined with any other offer and is not applicable on group bookings.
The low-cost carrier operates 294 flights every day to 40 destinations which include 34 domestic and 6 international destinations. To keep the fares down, SpiceJet does not provide additional benefits like complimentary meals, flight entertainment options or any such programs. So, for such luxuries passengers can go with the premium offer of SpiceJet Add-ons. With the premium payment, passengers can avail pre-assigned seats, priority baggage handling and priority check-in.
The special three day offer is also made available for very popular travel destinations of India like, Dehradun, Bagdogra, Udaipur, Jaipur, Goa, Port Blair, Kochi etc. And for international destinations like Bangkok, Colombo, Dubai and Muscat are included in the offer. Flight schedules and timings are subjected to regulatory approvals and change.
The fares are Non-Refundable Fares (**only statutory taxes will be refunded**)