Run and Book Cheap Airline Tickets on the Indore-Delhi Route

As per latest news, the air fares in the Indore-Delhi route has been reduced by 50 percent by leading domestic airlines. This slash in ticket price is directly proportional to the low passenger volume. During peak season, a flight ticket from Indore to New Delhi costs somewhere between Rs. 4,000 and 5,000, but now it is being offered at a price range of Rs. 2,000 to 2,500 on 90 days advance booking. IndiGo Airlines, the leading low-cost airline in India, was the first one to cut the fare by half, followed by Jet Airways. Already struggling to get passengers, other airlines too are mulling over the idea of reducing their prices and offer cheap airline tickets.

Lean Season

The months from July till September always see a decline in domestic air travel, and thus airlines are compelled to reduce their ticket prices to attract customers. According to the secretary of Chhattisgarh and Madhya Pradesh unit of Travel Agent Association of India, the present situation has been due to low tourism during the month of July, and this has forced airlines to slash their rates. He added that this price cut might also be seen on different air routes. However after the month of September, this lean phase for airlines is expected to get over.

Best Time to Book Tickets

If you live in Indore and have plans for a visit to Delhi in the coming months, then you must immediately book airline tickets with either IndiGo Airlines or Jet Airways. Though they are low-cost airlines, still tickets at such cheap prices are always welcome. However, you must note that you can get these prices only if you book your flight three months in advance from the date of your journey. You can opt to book these flights either from the official site of a particular airline or with any travel website.

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