Saturday, March 04, 2006

Air India to raise flight frequencies from Bangladesh, launches price war

Dhaka: The leading Indian airline, Air India, has reduced airfares for its three destinations-Kolkata, Delhi and London-from Dhaka, triggering a price war with its competitors.The airlines officials formally announced on Thursday that the fare cuts would be up to 13 per cent for the economy class and 10 per cent for business and first classes. The airlines reduced its fare to 120 dollars from previous 138 dollars for Kolkata-Dhaka return ticket in the economy class. It also slashed return airfare for Dhaka-Delhi-Dhaka to 405 dollars from 420 dollars inclusive taxes. The London-bound passengers can purchase return tickets for 800 dollars that was 850 dollars earlier.
03/03/06 Nazrul Islam/
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