As the Pre-Covid-Like air traffic in India will increase after the reduction in coronavirus cases, the Indian government is planning to decrease the price of  domestic flights by the end of October.

According to sources, all capacity restrictions have been lifted, now the government is hoping to remove the fare cap on domestic flight tickets and it will happen before the start of the winter schedule, which is usually from the last Sunday of October.

Currently, domestic flights of duration 90-120, 120-150, 150-180 and 180-210 minutes have a lower limit of INR 5,300, INR 6,700, INR 8,300, and INR 9,800 respectively.

Effect of Cheaper Fare By Airlines

The festive season has begun in India and the demand for air travel has increased, meanwhile the government has allowed domestic airlines to operate at 100% of pre-Covid capacity.

After removing the airfares cap, there may be a drop in minimum low fares in many domestic sectors and we may also see some festive offers by airlines.

On the other hand, since the higher fare limit will also be removed, there will be an increase in last minute ticket prices on popular routes.


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