India has emerged as one of the most crucial markets in the aviation industry in recent years. The growing need to travel across different cities of the nation as well as the world, and recent changes in government regulations attracted a number of investors. Malaysia-based operator AirAsia Berhad is one among them that started operations in the year 2014, in India. The announcement regarding same was made in the second month of 2013. As per reports, this group operates at the lowest unit cost. Hence, air ticket booking with this airline ensures high value for money, and it is also termed as the pioneer of low-cost travel in the Asian countries. As far as India is considered, this airline currently serves Bangalore, Chennai, Jaipur, Kochi and Chandigarh.
The carrier has placed orders for 10 aircraft to be delivered in 2015. Considering the demand in the Indian market, this low-cost carrier (LCC) is planning to add capacity along with network expansion. It has recently announced plans to initiate operations from Delhi, one of the busiest cities in terms of air traffic. Travellers may soon see Delhi Bangalore flights along with Jaipur, Chennai and other popular destinations in the AirAsia booking list. While currently, they can book flights from Bengaluru to Goa, Jaipur, Chennai and Chandigarh at INR 699 including taxes. This carrier is ahead in the fare war as it offered seats at just INR 1 as an introductory offer. This is the reason that it is able to get record flight occupancy.
The chief executive officer (CEO) of the company said that they want to make air travel affordable. These discounted tickets can be booked before 16th of November for travel dates falling between 10th June 2015 and 17th January 2016. Apart from these cheap domestic tickets, travellers planning a holiday trip abroad can check Big Sale announced by the parent company. International flights are available at INR 2599 (all inclusive). The offer is also applicable on flights from Hyderabad, Kochi, Bengaluru, Kolkata and Tiruchirappali to Kuala Lumpur. Apart from this, Chennai to Bangkok flights operated by Thai AirAsia can also be booked.