Low cost airfare in india
Things have changed dramatically in air travel in the last few years as far as India is concerned. Once upon a time flying was possible only for privileged few but that scenario is now a thing of the past.
After tremendous growth of aviation sector in India from last couple of years, Indigo flights have become a special choice for non-metro cities. Now the low cost airliner's race is for fleet and service expansion to retain on the top on the airlines sector. Every airliner are now making target to the non-metro cities. You can see aviation sector is flying off to the new high. There was huge investment in recent time on this sector.
Every budget airliner are on the queued to expand there fleet and the investment is worth billions of dollars. About 250 aircrafts orders are placed from most of the companies. Indigo Airlines is placed order of 100 Airbus A320 and this order was of worth $6 billion. Go Air has ordered 41 aircrafts.
The goal is to start service for the non-metro cities of India. After the minimizing the fare cost difference between the Railway AC class and Budget airlines, every people are making interest to move with the budget airliners. The reason is simple, saving of time and comfortable journey by paying few more, because non-metros are the very big market for these low cost carriers (LCCs). So, Indigo air tickets are easily available on Internet at the affordable price. Peoples are just waiting to start of service.
The common term used in the low cost airline industry is ‘no frill’. If you are traveling on an air ticket which has “no-frill” attached to it, this means that some of the extra benefits such as meals and drinks have not been included. They have been cut down from the ticket price. Some low cost airlines in India offer travel insurance as an option for extra cash. Usually these low cost airlines use small flights for cutting down the overheads. If they are successfully targeted these destinations, then no doubt every airliner will be happy with this. Also the movement of peoples will increase across the country and the interconnectivity between the cities will increase.
In the year of 2007 the overall fleet size of airline sector was grown by 42%, where as for low cost carrier the figure is 51%. In the segment of budget airlines in India, Indigo Airlines saw a growth of 200%. The estimation is that the Indian aviation sector will about to increase 50% of overall capacity by 2010.Source: http://www.goindigoflights.in/