Mumbai. 22 May 2023. Akasa Air, India’s newest airline, today announced a special “Take Off Tuesday “sale exclusively for its customers travelling on Tuesdays. The special sale offers travellers a chance to book their upcoming summer travel at discounted fares by choosing to travel on Tuesdays over other days of the week. As part of the sale, the airline is offering a 10% discount to its customers on “Saver” and “Flexi” fares upon booking one-way and return non-stop flights to 17 destinations across the country through Akasa Air’s website – www.akasaair.com, Android & IOS app as well as through travel agents and several OTAs.
Bookings under the sale are open for a period of one week from 0001 hours of 19 May 2023 to 2359 hours of 26 May 2023 for travel on Tuesdays starting 22nd May 2023. Customers would be required to book at least three days prior to their travel date and avail the discount by simply using the promo code ‘Tuesday’.
Akasa Air is India’s fastest growing network and since its launch in August 2022, has carried over 2 million revenue passengers and crossed the milestone of operating over 900 weekly flights with a published network of 36 unique routes connecting 16 cities, namely Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Bengaluru, Chennai, Kochi, Delhi, Guwahati, Agartala, Pune, Lucknow, Goa, Hyderabad, Varanasi, Bagdogra, Bhubaneswar and Kolkata.
Akasa Air offers multiple best-in-class products and services to ensure an inclusive, warm, comfortable, and efficient flying experience. The Boeing 737 MAX aircraft seats provide ample legroom and come with USB ports in a majority of aircraft, allowing passengers to charge their gadgets and devices. Café Akasa, the in-flight catering service offers an assortment of healthy and delectable meals, including festive menus and unique options to offer customers an indulgent gourmet experience in the skies. Pets on Akasa allows customers to travel with their pets in the cabin or carry them in cargo based on their size. In an endeavour to make travel inclusive, Akasa Air also has introduced its safety instruction card in Braille for persons with visual impairment.