AirAsia India has slashed the rates on advanced fares by introducing all-inclusive tickets starting Rs. 599 on the auspicious occasion of Ganesh Chaturthi. The newly refreshed rates are applicable for travel between February 6, 2017, and October 28, 2017.

As part of the deal, the Rs. 599 offer is applicable only on Guwahati-Imphal route. However, you should note that the reduced rates are applicable only if you book before September 1, 2016, for next year’s travel.

Bengaluru-Kochi route starts at Rs. 899

As part of the new all-inclusive tickets rate structure, tickets on Bengaluru-Kochi route are priced at Rs. 899 provided you book before September 11. Meanwhile, if you want to travel from Bengaluru to Goa, you will have to pay Rs. 1099. The rates for Visakhapatnam, New Delhi, and Pune will cost Rs. 1199, Rs. 2299 and Rs. 1299 respectively.

Visit Kuala Lumpur from Kochi for Rs. 3399

In the meantime, AirAsia also announced price cuts on several overseas routes. If you want to fly from Kochi to Kuala Lumpur, you only need to pay Rs. 3399 on advance bookings.

All-inclusive tickets seats are limited

The new rates will be very useful for those travelers who book their tickets in advance. However, the total number of seats is limited. Hence, you should book your tickets immediately before it ran out of stock.

Commenting on the introduction of new rates, AirAsia India chief executive Amar April disclosed that airline is looking to expand the services. The company will pump a huge amount of money to build the required infrastructure in India. We are committed to serving the people of India by announcing huge discounts without compromising safety aspects.

AirAsia has been aggressively involved in the promotion of new all-inclusive tickets over the official social media platforms with the hash tags #FlyThereDoThat and #AirAsiaBIGSALE. Established as a joint venture between the Tata Group and Malaysia’s AirAsia Berhad, the company did not reveal the total number of seats available under the offer.

AirAsia began its India operations nearly two years ago. The company narrowed the loss to Rs. 20.36 crore in the three months ended June 2016. This is significantly low when compared to Rs. 44 crore losses during the same quarter of the previous year. Moreover, the overall revenue of AirAsia skyrocketed from 73 percent to Rs. 189 crore in the quarter ending June 2016.