GoFirst Announces Travel Sale On Flight Tickets

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GoFirst Announces Travel Sale On Flight Tickets

| Updated: January 16, 2023 17:22

GoFirst, a low-cost airline, announced its first travel sale of the year on Monday, with tickets beginning at Rs 1,199. The airline said its ‘Travel India Travel’ promotion will allow travellers to buy tickets from January 16-19 for flying from February 4 to September 30, 2023.

The airline claims that the promotion provides fares for domestic flights starting at Rs 1,199 and international flights starting at Rs. 6,599. GoFirst said, “Customers can enjoy one million seats at unbeatable affordable fares. Additionally, free rescheduling and cancellation will be available on all bookings as per the terms and conditions.”

GoFirst asserted that by assisting travellers in making advance travel plans, it will be easier and less expensive for them to travel. The airline made it clear, though, that the promotion cannot be combined with any other promotions and is not valid for group reservations.

The airline continued by announcing that these are promotional fares and that no more discounts are available. Customers would not be given a refund if they miss their flight, it was noted. GoFirst said on its website that the promotional ticket pricing would only be valid on direct flights and that the seats would be subject to availability at the time of booking.

Kaushik Khona, Chief Executive Officer of GoFirst said, “This gesture is aimed at providing customers a well-planned, convenient, comfortable, and affordable travel experience.”

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