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The airline has also made some changes in its cancellation, refund and rebooking rules to make the scheme more passenger-friendly. The new fares are valid from August 1 till October 31 and tickets would have to be purchased at least 21 days prior to the travel date.
The new sectors eligible for APEX discounted fares are Delhi-Thiruvanthapuram and Delhi-Cochin at Rs. 6,685 each against the existing fare of Rs. 11,875, Delhi-Calicut Rs. 6,455 against Rs. 10,220, Delhi-Aurangabad Rs. 5,535 against Rs. 6,045, Delhi-Coimbatore Rs. 6,570 against Rs. 10,220, Mumbai-Lucknow Rs. 5,880 against Rs. 7,205, Mumbai-Patna Rs. 6,210 against Rs. 7,025, Ahmedabad-Bangalore Rs. 4,375 against Rs. 7,055 and Mumbai-Coimbatore Rs. 3,135 against Rs. 5,510.
The airline also announced that confirmed tickets issued on APEX fares could now be cancelled up to 21 days prior to departure on payment of a refund fee of Rs. 100. However, a confirmed ticket presented for cancellation or rebooking or refund less than 21 days prior to departure and up to one hour before the scheduled time of departure would attract a cancellation charge of 50 per cent on the fare component.
A passenger would also be allowed to change the fare basis from APEX to normal rates without any cancellation charge if it is done 21 days prior to the date of departure.In case this is done less than 21 days before departure, it would be allowed with a cancellation charge of 50 per cent on the fare component.
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