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Pop quiz: How often have you done the following in terms of, um, inflation?
A. Applied the price filter from ‘low to high’ B. Dug through (ungodly) early morning flight timings or C. Searched via the hallowed incognito mode
If you are anything like us, chances are you’ve probably tried all three. You no longer have to, thanks to a new announcement by Air India. To cater to budget-strapped travellers, the domestic airline is introducing new late night flights in India. The fares for the new flights will be between ₹ 1000-₹ 3000 only. Currently, the night flights will operate in popular sectors, including Bengaluru-Ahmedabad, Delhi-Coimbatore, and everyone’s favourite, Delhi-Goa.
The Delhi-Goa flight which will depart at 22:00 and arrive at 00:35, while the return flight for the same departs at 01:15 from Goa and arrives at 3:40.
In airport-speak, these are usually called red-eye flights, alluding to the lack of sleep passengers travelling on them face, thanks to the timings. The advantage of taking such flights, besides the attractive prices, is that beat city traffic as well, saving time in the process.
#FlyAI : #airindia #redeyeflights #festivalbonanza— Air India (@airindiain) October 27, 2018
Beat peak traffic, avoid hotel cost, enjoy cheapest fares on these latenight flights.
Log on to https://t.co/T1SVjRD6o5 to grab fares you just can't believe. pic.twitter.com/VIO6sBj2xQ
So when can you get on to these flights? As per Air India, the wait is not much longer—the late night flights take off starting November 30, 2018.
Excited? We are. After all, who can resist the wilful charms of a good, attractive offer?
Find out more information here.
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