The plunge can be seen as a regular ticket from Delhi to Mumbai has been slashed down to Rs 2,000 from around Rs 8,000. Even the Diwali sale of Vistara nearly offer the air ticket at the rate of Railways for the Indian travellers. Under the new offer by Vistara, flyers will be able to book tickets for the economy class beginning at Rs 1,149 and for the premium economy class the prices start at Rs 2,099, according to the company.
The sale of tickets under the 48-hour festival offer commences from mid-night today and the travel period will be from October 26 to March 24 next year, Vistara said in a release.
The low fare flights have been offered to customers from Leh (Ladakh), Goa, Jammu, Srinagar, Port Blair, Amritsar, Kochi, Bhubaneswar, Guwahati.
Vistara Sale: Vistara has announced a new Diwali special offer where flyers can book flight tickets starting at Rs 1,149. The offer comes into effect from October 11 to October 13 for passengers travelling between October 26, 2017 and April 15, 2018. The lowest rate of flight in Vvistara sale is on Srinagar to Jammu route, while other routes also have awesome and cheap fares such as flight rate for the route for Delhi to Chandigarh is Rs 1199, Delhi to Amritsar is Rs 1,299 respectively, Delhi to Srinagar is Rs 1,699, Delhi to Leh, Delhi - Mumbai for Rs 2,099, Delhi to Goa for Rs 2,999 and many other offers.
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The festival of Diwali is coming up and major airlines are offering massive discounts on airfares. MakeMyTrip co-founder Keyur Joshi tells Mint that aviation is the bellwether of the economy and low fares during festive season is a sign of a general slowdown.
Vistara declared its Diwali Sale offer to start from 1 am on Wednesday i.e 11th October 2017 and will end by Friday, 11:59 Pm i.e Oct 13, 2017.
So this Diwali may all your plans take flight. Once the seats are sold out, the fares will go back to the normal rates.
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