The hot deals in the skies are getting hotter with every passing day. Vijay Mallya's Kingfisher Airlines on Friday joined the ongoing fare war in the domestic skies offering one-way tickets on the Delhi-Mumbai route for Rs 3,399.
Announcing the launch of five daily flights on the Delhi-Mumbai route from August 15, Mallya said the airline will also offer connectivity between Delhi and Goa with two daily flights, via Mumbai. _One-way fares on the Delhi-Mumbai route start at Rs 3,399, while the Delhi-Goa fare starts at Rs 4699.
The fares will be offered in six buckets on both the routes, on a first-come-first-serve basis. The ticket prices on the Delhi-Mumbai route go up to Rs 8,299, while the highest price slab on the Delhi-Goa sector is Rs 9,999.
Prior to this, SpiceJet had offered one-way tickets on the Delhi-Ahmedabad-Mumbai route for Rs 1,599 on its late night flights to be operated from August 17. Jet offers a Delhi-Mumbai one-way economy class ticket for Rs 2,120, while Indian Airlines cheapest fare is Rs 3,821.
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