India's SpiceJet to offer discounted Dubai fares

The five-day sale, launched on Monday, will be open until Friday midnight

The travel period covered in this sale is till March 31, 2020
The travel period covered in this sale is till March 31, 2020

Indian budget carrier SpiceJet will offer one-way ticket to Dubai from Mumbai for INR5,399 (US$75) as part of a limited period promotional offer on select international routes.

The five-day sale, launched on Monday, will be open until Friday midnight, the airline said in a statement.

The travel period covered in this sale is till March 31, 2020 and is valid only for travel on non-stop international flights on SpiceJet's network, sister title Arabian Business reported. 

Some of the other sectors on which the discounted-fare tickets are offered include Kochi-Male ($60 for one-way), Bangkok-Kolkata ($65), Mumbai-Bangkok ($96) and Bangkok-Delhi ($100).

“International holidays, especially during peak season, are perceived to be an expensive affair for Indian households. We aim to break this notion and offer ticket prices for international holiday destinations like Dubai, Bangkok, Colombo, Dhaka and Male at rates which are close to domestic ticket prices,” Debojo Maharshi, chief marketing officer of SpiceJet, has said.

The airline expects the sale, christened ‘red hot’ international sale, to help travellers looking for international getaways for a festive holiday break, he added.

Tickets for the sale can be booked on spiceJet’s website, www.spicejet.com, online travel portals, SpiceJet mobile app and through travel agents.

Fares under this promo offer are refundable with normal cancellation charges, though changeable with a change in fee and fare difference, the airline said.

“Sales fares are not applicable on group bookings and cannot be combined with any other offer. The offer is applicable only on non-stop flights,” it said.

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