Delhi: Indian Airlines (IA) has decided to withdraw
the seven-day advance purchase ticket scheme on specific
flights between three sectors, namely, Mumbai-Calicut, Chennai-Mumbai
and Cochin-Mumbai, from December 1 this year.
a statement, the airline has said that the D-7 scheme
stands withdrawn on flights IC-596/598/595 and 597 on
the Mumbai-Calicut sector while it has also been withdrawn
on flight IC-571 operating on the Chennai-Mumbai sector.
airline has also decided to revise the fares on the seven
and 21-day advance purchase scheme from December 1 this
year. IA has announced that from December 1 this year,
a one-way Delhi-Bangalore ticket booked seven days before
travel will now cost Rs 8,750, up from the existing fare
of Rs 8,540, while the same on the Delhi-Chennai circuit
will cost Rs 7,800, up from Rs 7,390 at present.
Similarly, passengers booking their ticket at least 30
days before travel will pay Rs 4,500 for the Delhi-Chennai
sector, up from the existing fare of Rs 3,710.