New Delhi, March 13: Air India has launched a 60-day advance ticket purchase scheme to woo travellers in the upcoming summer holidays.
The tickets will be available for 60 days or more in advance of the travel date on various routes.
Customers getting the offer can travel from the middle of May, said a senior Air India official.
Under the scheme, a one-way ticket on the Mumbai-Calcutta route will cost Rs 4,819, while the fare for the Mumbai-Bangalore sector will be Rs 2,930. A Delhi-Chennai ticket will cost Rs 3,769.