Air India has come up in a flurry with its new promotional monsoon sale, ‘Saavan Special’ that allow passengers to book their tickets starting from as low as Rs 706. Yes, that right! The national carrier, Air India is offering tickets from Rs 706 for the bookings done by June 21. These tickets will be valid from travelling period between July 1 2017 to September 20, 2017.
Air India Saavan Special Sale
As of now, the total number of seats available with Air India at this price under Saavan special sale has not been disclosed by the airline but the offer of Air India ticket at Rs. 706 is subject to the availability of the seat as they are limited in numbers and are on first come, first serve basis.
To avail the discounted rates of Air India Saavan special sale, passengers can do the bookings from:
- Air India booking offices
- Official website- airindia.in
- Mobile app of Air India.
- Authorised travel consultants.
The scheme of Air India Saavan special sale is only valid on domestic flights within India from selected cities.
Monsoon sale on flight tickets by other airlines
Before Air India, private airlines including SpiceJet, IndiGo and AirAsia India had also started off with their monsoon sale on flight tickets starting from Rs 799, Rs 899 and Rs 1499, respectively. These flight fares were slashed only for few days till their promotional schemes lasted. Heavy discounts on air fare is given every year at this time of the year as monsoon are the supposedly the lean season with less number of passengers on board. Such schemes are introduced to attract more and more passengers of the airline. Promotional schemes like monsoon sale on air tickets not only attract passengers but also promoted tourism across India during the month of July till September.
Though promotional schemes of an airline like Air India’s Saavan special sale starting from Rs 706 is a very lucrative offer, it is for a very limited period of time. Passengers feel that such offers should be introduced often and the number of seats available under this scheme should be raised so that more and more people can make the utmost of such discounts.