SpiceJet, to promote its new flights, has launched a three-day special promotional fare offer on its network for travel originating in Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu and West Bengal. Under this offer passenger can book their tickets with all inclusive fares starting at Rs 1,773 (from Hyderabad), Rs 1806 (from Vijayawada, Madurai, Rajahmundry & Tuticorin), Rs 1,859 (from Coimbatore & Tirupati), Rs 1,907 (from Chennai), Rs 2,009 (from Vizag) and Rs 2,123 (from Kolkata). Both direct and connecting flights are available as part of this offer. The promotional fare offer stared on Tuesday and will on April 10, 2014. Tickets booked under this promotional offer would be for travel between 1st June and 31st July 2014, the airline said.
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