Sale of airline company Air Asia India, fare starts from Rs 1,177

Sale of airline company Air Asia India, fare starts from Rs 1,177

New Delhi: Private low-cost carrier AirAsia India has announced 'Seventastic Sale' on the 7th anniversary of its launch in the country with fares starting at Rs 1,177. The airline said in a press release today that under the special sale, tickets can be booked from June 12 to June 14. Offer will be applicable for travel on or after 01 August 2021 only. Customers can avail the sale by booking through any medium.

A competition has also been organized for the customers who have booked tickets through the company's new website 'airasia.code.in' in the name of 'Bookfastflyfree'. AirAsia India started operating flights in the country on 12 June 2014. Its destinations currently include 17 cities. The company has 32 Airbus A320 aircraft. 

The cheapest fares on offer include Guwahati-Kolkata and Chennai-Hyderabad (from Rs 1,177), Hyderabad-Chennai, Bengaluru-Chennai and Bengaluru-Chennai (from Rs 1,377), Kolkata-Guwahati and Delhi-Jaipur (from Rs 1,477). ), Bengaluru-Pune, Imphal-Guwahati and Chennai-Mumbai (from Rs 1,577) and Mumbai-Chennai from Rs 1,677. 


Foreign exchange reserves reached a new record, crossed the $ 612 billion mark

Foreign exchange reserves reached a new record, crossed the $ 612 billion mark

Mumbai: The country's foreign exchange reserves increased by $ 835 million to a record high of $ 612.73 billion in the week ended July 16, 2021. According to the data of the Reserve Bank of India, in the previous week ended July 9, foreign exchange reserves had increased by $ 1.883 billion to $ 611.895 billion.

According to the Reserve Bank's weekly data, the increase in foreign exchange reserves in the week under review is due to the increase in foreign currency assets (FCAs), which are a major component of the overall reserves. During this period, FCA grew by $ 463 million to $568.784 billion. Foreign currency assets, expressed in dollar terms, also include the effect of an increase or decrease in the value of other foreign currencies such as the euro, pound and yen held in foreign exchange reserves. 

Gold reserves increased by $ 377 million
According to the data, during this period, gold reserves increased by $ 377 million to $ 37.333 billion. At the same time, the Special Drawing Rights (SDR) with the International Monetary Fund increased by $1 million to $1.548 billion. The Reserve Bank said that during the week under review, India's foreign exchange reserves with the IMF declined by $ 7 million to $ 5.1 billion.