Last Chance: Air India 30 days+ sale ends today

Last week, all the domestic airlines of India had brought out their fare sales, which was first started by Spicejet, and then followed by Indigo, Go Air, Air India and Jet Airways (Jet Konnect) in that order. While the other airlines have tempered it down and finished off with their sales over the weekend, reader Sriram Hariharan alerted me via Twitter that the Air India fare sale has been extended till the end of today.

A notice on the Air India website reads,

Air India announces the extension of the Jaldi Jaldi Sale offer.

  • Discounted Fares on domestic sectors across the network
  • Period of Sale : Upto 27th Jan 2014
  • Period of travel : 21st Feb till 15th April 14

Sale Validity: Valid till mid night 27th Jan.
Travel Validity: 21st Feb till 15th April 14.
The fares are available for sale through the Air India Website, Air India booking offices, Air India Call Centre, Travel agents and on-line Travel Portals.

These fares are also available on and and other OTAs if you prefer to book from there. So, today is your last chance to book up if you choose to make a vacation in the next few weeks.

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