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  • Indians buy flight tickets on their mobiles
  • Indians buy flight tickets on their mobiles
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Indians buy flight tickets on their mobiles

Searching for a bargain flight, Indian travellers are moving from desktops to apps for flash-sale, impulse-buy tickets. SpiceJet, India’s second largest airline, has been offering competitive promotional schemes, with over a dozen offers in the first half of 2014.

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