SpiceJet proclaims monsoon sale; home fares begin at Rs 999

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Domestic airline SpiceJet announced its “Mega Monsoons Sale” on Friday, which allows domestic flight tickets to be booked from an all-inclusive rate of Rs 999.

The sale takes place from June 25th to 30th, while the travel period is from August 1st, 2021 to March 31st, 2022.

The company also has other offers, including a free flight voucher of up to 1,000 rupees. According to the airline’s website, flight vouchers are valid from August 1, 2021 to March 31, 2022.

SpiceJet also used Twitter to announce its monsoon sale.

The SpiceJet Mega Monsoon Sale is here. And it’s raining offers. Enjoy domestic fares from ₹ 999 all-inclusive! What’s more; Get a FREE flight voucher up to 1000 and other exciting offers. Travel period: August 1, 2021 – March 31, 2022. Sale ends on June 30th. Terms and conditions apply. pic.twitter.com/nFqBbVv5WG

– SpiceJet (@flyspicejet) June 25, 2021

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In addition to cheap fares, the company also offers preferred seating and priority services for Rs 149, while customers can book extra legroom and other services under SpiceMAX for Rs 799, it said.

“That’s not all, book directly on the SpiceJet website and get special offers from your favorite brands like Grofers, Mfine, Medibuddy, MobiKwik & The PARK Hotels,” it says.

The aviation industry has been hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic. At a time when the sector was recovering from the nationwide COVID-19 lockdown imposed last year and the first wave of pandemics, it was hit by the second wave.

While domestic air traffic in the country touched around 3 lakh passengers per day until the end of February, it was around 70,000 passengers in the first week of June.

Scheduled domestic air traffic in India was suspended from March 25th to May 24th last year due to the lockdown. Domestic flights were resumed on May 25, 2020, but restricted.

In addition, international scheduled flights have been suspended in India since March 23 of last year. However, special international passenger flights have been carried out in India since May 2020 as part of the “Vande Bharat Mission” and since July 2020 as part of bilateral bubble agreements between India and other countries.

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