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Budget carrier SpiceJet is offering flight tickets from 899, bookings for which has been extended. Bookings for rival IndiGo’s 877 flight ticket offer also has been extended. Both IndiGo and SpiceJet latest offer is applicable for travel between 1 April and 30 September 2021. IndiGo and Spicejet sale is on till 22 January. With the latest offer, SpiceJet is offering the freedom to change or cancel tickets with zero fees. "Enjoy a change/cancellation fee of 500 on the first change for travel during the travel period," IndiGo mentioned on its website.

Under its Book Befikar Sale! offer, SpiceJet is giving one-time waiver on the change/cancellation fee (applicable on modification/cancellation done 21 days in advance to the date of departure). The budget carrier is also giving a free voucher of equivalent to the base fare amount up to a maximum of 1,000 per customer, per flight.

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Under its big fat sale offer, Indigo is offering a change/cancellation fee of 500 on the first change for travel during the travel period. "Get additional cashback with HSBC and IndusInd Credit Cards," the airline noted on its site.

The government had enforced a price cap on domestic airfares in May 2020, when it allowed airlines to restart domestic operations. The price limit on domestic airfares will remain till 31 March 2021 midnight, as per the Ministry of Civil Aviation (MoCA)

Domestic flight operations restarted on 25 May 2020 after a two-month hiatus due to the nationwide lockdown in the wake of the novel coronavirus. Scheduled international passenger flights continue to remain suspended. However, special international passenger flights have been operating in India under 'Vande Bharat Mission'and under bilateral air bubble arrangements formed between India and other countries since July.

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