Good news! Domestic airfare will not be able to increase airlines till November, government increases aircapping
new Delhi: There is good news for those who are flying by air, in fact the Civil Aviation Ministry has issued an order for no increase in flight tickets till 24 November. This means airlines (November) By 2020, the flight will be operated at the same fare as it is currently and was designed to be delivered till 24 August. Civil Aviation Minister Hardeep Singh Puri (Central Aviation Minister Hardeep singh puri) informed that the capping released on Domestic Airlines was ending on 24 August. It has been extended for 3 months after which it will not be possible for airlines to make any changes in fares by 24 November 2020.
After almost 2 months of Corona Lockdown, on May 25, the government allowed domestic passengers to operate flights with the conditions, with this permission, the government charged fares to be charged by the airlines. The upper and lower limits were fixed so that the airlines could not take advantage of this situation. Let us tell you that the government had fixed these fares according to the time of flight i.e. travel time.
How much is Domestic Airfare at the moment –In the guidelines issued for Domestic Flight by the government, the flight fair capping was clearly informed, for a flight less than 40 minutes, at least ₹ 2000 and maximum of ₹ 6000. The same was done for a flight of 40 to 60 minutes for two and a half thousand rupees to ₹ 7500 and for a flight ranging from 1 hour to 90 minutes, the minimum fare was ₹ 3000 and the maximum fare was ₹ 9000. Similarly 90 minutes to 2 For a flight up to an hour the minimum fare was ₹ 3500 and the maximum fare was ₹ 10000. Similarly, for a 3 hour flight, airlines can charge a maximum fare of ₹ 15570.
Let me tell you that due to Corona, the flight was canceled for about 2 months. Those were launched by the Government of India with conditions on 25 May 2020. Recently, the government has also allowed international flights.