Published on : Wednesday, March 14, 2018
The budget airline company Air Asia has added one more A320 aircraft in the fleet, raising its size to 17 and with that the authorities of Air Asia has introduced its new services to North east India city Imphal, Manipur’s capital from New Delhi and Pune from Bengaluru from early April.
AirAsia India has added three new aircraft and as many destinations along with eight new routes in the first quarter of the current calendar year to connect the destinations in India more strongly.
The Tata Sons and Malaysian airliners group AirAsia-invested AirAsia India is still short of three planes to qualify for launching international operations. Under the existing rules, the domestic airlines can fly overseas provided they deploy 20 aircraft or 20 per cent of their capacity in the domestic market, whichever is higher.
AirAsia India has inducted one more Airbus A320 plane, which has taken its total fleet size to 17 aircraft, the airline said, adding that it will launch its flight services to Imphal in the North-east from April 7.
It also announced special one-way promotional fares of Rs 4,999 for the New Delhi-Imphal service. Imphal would be AirAsia India’s second destination in the country.
The bookings for all three new flights are open from today. According to the media statement of Air Asia, it is said that the company is adding the customers can avail fares from as low as Rs 4,999 for New Delhi – Imphal, Rs 1,799 for Pune – Bengaluru and Rs 3,499 for New Delhi – Bengaluru flights.