AirAsia India offers 50% discount on return fares, hits 2.5 mn passenger mark
AirAsia India reached its 1 million passengers milestone in August 2015
Bengaluru - AirAsia India has flown 2.5 million passengers as of Monday, the airline said.
"We at AirAsia India are thrilled beyond words on having flown 2.5 million guests as of today," AirAsia CEO designate Amar Abrol said in a statement here.
AirAsia India reached its 1 million passengers milestone in August 2015 and in a little more than six months, the number of passengers flown by it has grown to 2.5 million, it said.
To celebrate this occasion, AirAsia India is offering 50 percent off on return fares for 50 hours across the AirAsia Group network.
The 50 percent off is also valid on international destinations such as Kuala Lumpur, Bangkok, Bali, Phuket, Singapore, Melbourne, Auckland and many more connected by the Group airlines, AirAsia Berhad (Flight code AK), AirAsia X (Flight code D7) and Thai AirAsia (Flight code FD).
Seats are available for booking from until 18 May for the travel period from August 1 to November 30, it said.
AirAsia India started its operations on 12 June 2014 with an Airbus A320.
The airliner currently has a fleet of six aircraft with 10 destinations and 12 routes in India spanning Bengaluru, New Delhi, Goa, Pune, Kochi, Vizag, Chandigarh, Jaipur, Guwahati and Imphal.
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