GoAir started their international operations in October 2018 with the addition of Phuket and Male. GoAir will now launch flights from Kannur to Muscat and Abu Dhabi.
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Indian aviation market is growing at a rapid pace at the backdrop of capacity induction by airlines in India. Airlines in India took deliveries at the rate of more than 1 aircraft every 3 days in 2018.
Qatar Airways CEO Al Baker in a recent interview pointed out that a codeshare agreement with IndiGo and GoAir is in the making. It will be the first time Indian LCCs will be signing a codeshare agreement.
GoAir is celebrating its 13th Anniversary with a sale. Fares start at INR 1313 and discounted fares are available across GoAir’s domestic and international network.
GoAir, who recently launched their International operations, are mounting more and more flights to Phuket and Male. After Mumbai and Delhi, you will now be able to take a direct flight from Bangalore to these lovely holiday destinations.
GoAir recently started their international journey with Phuket and Male. They now plan to connect 8 more cities to Phuket by 2019 end. This seems to be an ambitious plan.
AirAsia India and GoAir are offering a great sale for different travel period. You can book a ticket for as low as INR 500/-. The sale is valid across the entire network of both the airlines. Book fast before the good seats are gone!
Want to fly to Phuket or Male direct from Mumbai and Delhi? How about checking out GoAir which start flying to these destinations starting October 11 this year. Can you hear the blue waters and white sands calling?
Soon, you can finally fly direct to Phuket from India, as GoAir plans their maiden international flights, to connect Mumbai and Phuket later this year. Make sure you carry plenty of sunscreen when you pack your bags.
With the new GoAir Sale, you can fly for INR 1099 onwards across all GoAir stations. The sale is open to booking through August 15, 2018, but you can fly on these discounted fares through the end of the year!
Clearly, Indian carriers are not in the best of financial health… So why don’t they just raise prices of tickets? It is a catch 22, as I try to explore.