Cheap Flights to Shimla

The Cheap Flights to Shimla are served regularly by Jagson Airlines. Cheap flights to Shimla are attractive as the low fares helps to stretch the tourist budget for a longer time.

The cheap flights to Shimla land at Jubbarhatti Airport- which is Shimla's designated official airport. The cheap flights to Shimla can be extended or modified to travel to Kullu-another tourist attraction of the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh.

The pioneer of cheap flights to Shimla is Jagson Airlines. The fare of Jagson Airlines are dynamic and follow the revenue models of other low cost carriers all over the world.

The fare of cheap flights to Shimla are determined by the demand and supply scenario of airplane tickets on a specific route at a certain slice of time. For all practical purposes the first seat sold on the cheap flight to Shimla is the cheapest for the passenger; the second seat goes for a slightly higher price, the third a tad expensive than the first two and so on. It is clear that the last seat sold on the flight will be the most expensive.

The cheapest airline ticket sold on cheap flights to Shimla goes for a ridiculously low Rs 1000. The most expensive goes for Rs.3500 (approximate price). The average price comes to about Rs.2000.

Please note that there are taxes to be applied on the fare; the real price is the price of the ticket plus taxes.

Cheap Flights to Shimla are also offered by Air-Deccan. The Air-Deccan airline operates a comparatively bigger airport on the Delhi to Shimla route. The fairs however remain competitive with Jagson Airlines.

Last Updated on : 29/05/2013

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