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Everything is fair in fare war

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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