Air India on Wednesday announced a special sale on its India-Singapore and India-Bangkok routes for economy and business class passengers for travel till March 2024, the company said in an official statement.
For a return economy flight, passengers can book tickets on the India-Singapore route at prices starting from ₹13,330 and on the India-Bangkok routes ₹17,045, the airline said.
According to Air India, return business class fares on the India-Singapore routes start at ₹70,290 and on the India-Bangkok routes ₹49,120.
Additionally, passengers can also benefit from special offer fares when booking from Singapore or Thailand, with all-inclusive economy round-trip fares starting from SGD 279 on the Singapore-India routes and from THB 9,700 on the Bangkok-India routes.
Meanwhile, return business class fares on the Singapore-India routes start at SGD 1,579 and on the Bangkok-India routes from THB 25,960, Air India said.
Please note that bookings at special offer rates are only available from October 18th to 21st for travel until March 2024. Fares may vary slightly in different cities due to applicable exchange rates and taxes, the airline said.
Sales are available across all channels including Air India website, iOS and Android mobile apps and through authorized travel agents. Spaces for sale are limited and will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.
Last week, the Tata Group-owned airline launched a special offer for its international passengers on select routes from India to five cities in Europe, including the UK.
The company said the sale offers all-inclusive rates starting at $ ₹40,000 (round trip) and ₹25,000 (one-way) on non-stop flights to Copenhagen (Denmark), London Heathrow (UK), Milan (Italy), Paris (France) and Vienna (Austria). However, booking at special offer fares for European cities ended on October 14th.
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