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GoAir to sell tickets from today

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CHENNAI: GoAir, a Mumbai-based low cost airline, promoted by the Wadia Group, owners of Bombay Dyeing and Britannia Industries, will begin selling tickets from October 21. The initial routes to be operated are: Mumbai, Goa, Ahmedabad, and Coimbatore. The airline is set to take off on October 30 with one 180-seater Airbus-320 single class configuration aircraft. It plans to have a fleet of 36 aircraft over three years.

Jeh Wadia, Managing Director of the budget airline, explained in a release that it would be offering 10,000 free tickets a month per destination on a first-come first-served basis. The offer is valid from October to March next year wherein passengers who book early will get a zero fare but will have to pay only the taxes amounting to Rs. 221.

The present frequency of operations will be two flights a day between Mumbai and Ahmedabad, and from Mumbai to Goa and once a week between Mumbai and Coimbatore. The detailed schedule is available on the website: www.goair.in

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