Mumbai/New Delhi :  A second round of fare war was unleashed by SpiceJet today, with Jet Airways and no-frill carriers IndiGo, GoAir and JetKonnect jumping into the race to offer limited period, low-priced air tickets to customers.

With the peak travel season coming to an end, Indian carriers, barring Air India, triggered the second fare war offering low fares across several sectors within the country. SpiceJet was the first to launch the war, announcing a ‘Second Chance’ sale of 30 per cent discounted tickets on domestic routes for a limited number of seats, which was followed by IndiGo’s sale of ‘Happy Weekend’ offer.

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