IndiGo’s ₹877 flight ticket provide, SpiceJet ₹899 sale prolonged

Budget SpiceJet offers flight tickets from 899, reservations for which has been extended. Reservations for IndiGo’s opponents Ticket offer has also been extended to 877. Both the latest IndiGo and SpiceJet bids apply for travel between 1 April and 30 September 2021. IndiGo and Spicejet are on sale until 22 January. With the latest offer, SpiceJet offers the freedom to change or cancel tickets with zero charge. “Enjoy change / cancellation fee “500 for the first change of travel during the travel period,” IndiGo said on its website.

Under the book of Befikar Sale! Offer, SpiceJet provides a one-time waiver of the change / cancellation fee (valid for modification / cancellation made 21 days before the departure date). Budget carrier also gives a free coupon equivalent to the basic fare amount up to 1,000 per customer, per flight.

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Glad the Befikar Sale book has been extended until January 22nd! Book domestic tickets from 899 all in. Also enjoy the freedom to change or cancel tickets with zero charge and a FREE flight voucher equivalent to your basic ticket fare. Travel period: April 1 – September 30 Terms and Conditions apply. pic.twitter.com/ane4ZPci3w

– SpiceJet (@flyspicejet) January 18, 2021

According to the big fat sale offer, Indigo offers a change / cancellation fee 500 in the first trip change during the travel period. “Get extra cash with HSBC and IndusInd credit cards,” the airline said on its website.

The government had imposed a price cap on domestic flights in May 2020, when it allowed airlines to restart domestic flights. The airline ticket price limit will remain until March 31, 2021 at midnight, according to the Ministry of Civil Aviation (MoCA)

Domestic flights resumed on May 25, 2020 after a two-month hiatus due to the national blockade following the new Koran virus. Scheduled international passenger flights continue to be suspended. However, special international passenger flights have been operating in India as part of the “Vande Bharat mission” and as part of bilateral air bubble agreements between India and other countries since July.

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