Saturday, September 30, 2006

Jagson cuts airfares to Himachal Pradesh

Shimla: Jagson Airlines entered a price war Friday by fixing its airfare to any Himachal Pradesh destination from the national capital to as low as Rs.1,000.
The decision comes barely days after budget carrier Deccan Airways announced trial flights before starting regular flights next month to Kullu and Dharamsala from Delhi.
Until Deccan announced its entry in the skies of the hill state, Jagson was the sole carrier with airfares one of the highest in northern India.
'From the beginning of next month you can fly from New Delhi to Shimla, Kullu or Dharamsala for only Rs.1,000,' said Koustav M. Dhar, vice president Jagson Airlines.
But the invitation price will not apply to return tickets, which will be higher, a Jagson official said.
29/09/06 Indo Asian News Service/Daily India.com

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