Buy air tickets for just Rs 899! GoAir mega million sale begins

GoAir, the Mumbai-based budget air carrier, has announced an offer on the flight ticket booking under which the company is facilitating one million seats for discounted prices. Under the GoAir Mega Million Sale, a person can book the discounted flight tickets from fares starting Rs 899. You can book GoAir flight tickets for travel between June 15 and December 31, 2019, under the latest offer. The limited-period three- days’ booking window will open on Monday May 27, 2019 and close on Wednesday May 29, 2019. Total of one million (10 lakh) seats are up for grabs for travel.



“Presenting the exciting Mega Million Sale from your most trusted, On-Time Performing Airlines, GoAir! 1 million seats up for grabs, make sure you get yours at the best price,” GoAir wrote on its website.



GoAir ticket booking: To book flight tickets and avail GoAir offer 899, you need to visit– You will get the option of ‘Round Trip’ and ‘One Way’. You need to select as per your requirement. If you select ‘One way’, you need to choose the boarding airport and destination airport. Then you need to fill in Depart date. Then select number of passengers. If there are children and infant, you need to mention that also. If you have a concession card, type the category- Student, Armed Forces and Sr. Citizen. If you have a promo code, then enter it. Finally, opt for the type of currency and click on ‘Book Now’. If you want to select ‘Round Trip’, you need to fill in boarding airport and destination airport. You need to select ‘Depart date’ and ‘Return date’. Rest of the process is the same as ‘One Way’. If you want to book tickets for your family members, colleagues or friends, please opt for ‘Group Booking’. GoAir has 49 planes in its fleet and is considered as no-frills airline in India.



The country's civil aviation market has witnessed high competition over the past few months.  Domestic airlines carried 464.47 lakh passengers in the first four months of 2019, up 2.5 per cent compared to 453.03 lakh in the corresponding period a year ago, according to data from aviation regulator DGCA (Directorate General of Civil Aviation).

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