Air India offer Independence Day Freedom Sale 2017, carrier prices tickets at Rs 425

Air India offer Independence Day Freedom Sale 2017, carrier prices tickets at Rs 425

Air India has announced its Independence Day sale last till August 20 with prices of one-way tickets slashed as low as Rs 425 for domestic flights and Rs 7000 for international flights.

Air India has announced its Independence Day sale starting August 13 and lasting till August 20 with prices of one-way tickets slashed as low as Rs 425 for domestic flights and Rs 7000 for international flights. The discounted rates will be available in both economy and business class of international flights. The domestic flights will have discounts only for the Economy class. The travel period is from September 16 to November 30, 2017, and January 25 to March 31, 2018.

Internationally, major South Asian cities like Kathmandu, Dhaka, Male, Colombo, Yangon, and Kabul are on offer for Rs 7,000. The roundtrip fare to New York, Washington, Chicago and San Francisco is Rs 65,000. Ticket for European destinations including London, Birmingham, Paris, Frankfurt, Rome, Milan, Madrid, Vienna, Stockholm, and Copenhagen is Rs 38,000. A one-way ticket to Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Sharjah, Muscat, Bahrain, Kuwait and Riyadh is priced as low as Rs 6,000.

For the domestic flights, the travel period is from February 1 to April 20, 2018. All the bookings can be made on the website www.airindia.in. Air India booking offices and the mobile app can also be used to book tickets. So check your calendar and save the dates!

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