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GoAir expands operations at New Delhi

GoAir expands operations at New Delhi

India Blooms News Service | | 21 Nov 2017, 06:08 pm

New Delhi, Nov 21 (IBNS):  GoAir, an airlines brand, on Tuesday said it is set to increase its operations with the launch of eight all new additional flights in and out of Delhi, for the winter schedule effective from Nov 23.

The addition of these new daily direct services will bolster GoAir’s offering to the National Capital further strengthening the airline’s growing domestic network and significantly enhancing connectivity for passengers.The induction of new A320 NEOs will see GoAir’s fleet strength touch to 31 aircraft.

To commensurate its twelve successful years in the domestic skies, GoAir has also announced an exciting anniversary fare offer starting from Rs 1212 plus taxes on all new sectors. Booking period will be from Nov 18 to 21, 2017 for the travel period from Nov 24, 2017 to Oct 28.

The special fares will be valid only for individual bookings for travel on direct flights on GoAir network. Available on a first come-first serve basis, bookings for travel can be made across all channels

Speaking about the network expansion Jeh Wadia, Managing Director, GoAir said “The induction of four new aircraft will cater to the enhanced seasonal demand whilst offering flexibility to customers with more flight options to choose from. It is our constant endeavor to provide more flexibility of choice for our customers and offer them seamless connectivity, hassle free and affordable flying experience.”