Fly to US at just Rs 42,999; Air India announces exciting offers

Air India
The seats available under the scheme are limited and hence will be sold on a ‘first-come, first-serve' basis. Photo: AFP

Air India has announced attractive discounts for tickets in the US sector for flights from major Indian cities.
Under the fly Air India sale that's on till October 5, tickets can be booked at attractive fares for travel till December 15. The scheme will be available for travel in the economy class and premium economy class.
Under the scheme, the economy class fares begin from Rs 42,999 for one-way and Rs 52,999 for return. Similarly, all-premium economy fares start from Rs 79,999 for one way and Rs 1,09,999 for return. The offer for one-way and return legs will be available only on select routes.

Passengers can travel from various Indian cities, such as New Delhi, Mumbai, and Bengaluru, to the US destinations, such as New York and Washington DC. The premium economy class passengers can avail of the scheme on select routes: Bengaluru-San Francisco, Mumbai-San Francisco, and Mumbai-New York.

The sale fares are also available from several other Indian cities for one-stop flights to the US via Delhi, Bengaluru, or Mumbai, enabling passengers from cities across India to travel seamlessly to the US at highly discounted fares. The offers are available for a limited period 1 am on October 1 to 1 am on October 5. Taxes and other surcharges will be applicable above the fares.

The seats available under the scheme are limited and hence will be sold on a ‘first-come, first-serve' basis. No discounts will be available for group bookings. Bookings under the sale are open on all channels, including Air India’s website, e-commerce/mobile app, and through authorized booking offices and travel agents.
The Tata-run carrier operates 47 non-stop flights every week from Delhi, Bengaluru, and Mumbai to five American cities: New York, New Jersey, Washington DC, Chicago, and San Francisco.

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