A low-cost flight is also known as a no-frills discounted or budget flight that offers low fares to eliminate some traditional services. Many travellers are hesitant to travel in budget airlines even the prices are low, because of the poor service or the safety issues. However, most airlines offer a decent service and are upto required quality standards.
Budget flights reduce their prices by operating a single aircraft type, which minimises staff training and maintenance costs. To make up for the revenue lost with reduced ticket prices, they charge for the “extras”, for the services the passenger purchase, such as baggage, assigned seats and meals.
Here are some of the best low-cost airlines in the world
India’s largest passenger airline primarily operates in India’s domestic air travel, and they are expanding in Bangkok, Dubai, Istanbul etc. The airline focuses on three pillars: offering low fares, hassle-free experience and being on time.
This is the low-cost airline of Lufthansa. It has a fleet of 139 aircrafts and operates in 60 countries. The airline offers basic, smart, best, and business booking fares.
Dallas based Southwest airlines is the USA’s largest domestic airline and the world’s largest low-cost carrier. The airline offers a solid point to point nonstop route network.
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ABA is a Brazilian carrier based in Sao Paulo providing affordable service in South America, Portugal, and the USA. It is the largest low-cost operator in Latin America, with 123 aircrafts.
Based in London Luton Airport, the carrier flies over 1000 routes in more than 30 countries. EasyJet’s structural cost advantage relative to these airlines offers passengers more affordable fares.
Operates in Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, the Philippines, and India. Has carried more than 600 million passengers over 160 destinations in its network across Asia, Australia, the middle east, and the US. The carrier offers the finest, simple and cheap air travel.
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