IndiGo Flexi Fare and SpiceJet MyFlexiPlan: Differences You Must Know

The Indian aviation industry is booming currently. All the major domestic airlines like IndiGo, SpiceJet, Vistara and many more provide world-class flying experience to its customers. If you’re a frequent flyer, you must know that IndiGo is the largest airline in the domestic aviation followed by SpiceJet. Both the carriers work with the same goal to provide a comfortable and hassle-free journey to their passengers. To the passengers who board in IndiGo and SpiceJet flights, the carriers offer exclusive services with affordable fares. Out of all the services Flexi Services are the most popular. However, sometimes passengers get confused between the benefits of the Flexi Services provided by the carriers. But don’t worry here we will differentiate the Flexi services provided by IndiGo and SpiceJet

 

Benefits Under Indigo Flexi Fare

Talking about IndiGo, being the largest airline in domestic aviation, the carrier has already set a benchmark when it comes to exclusive benefits and add-on services. Under Flexi Fare, Indigo will give utmost flexibility to its passengers with their travel plans by giving them the option to change their flight and dates for unlimited time without burning their pockets for the changes. We all know that changing flight dates or cancelling them can be hectic, but with IndiGo Flexi Services passengers will not have to pay any extra amount for the changes. They will be only entitled to pay the difference amount of their flight tickets. Talking about cancellation charges if the cancellation is made in domestic flight between 0-3 days from the departure of the flight passengers have to pay Rs 3,500 or Airfare charges plus Fare difference of their flight tickets (Whichever is lower). If the cancellation is made after 4 Days or above, the passengers must have to pay Rs 3,000 or Airfare charges plus Fare difference of their flight tickets (Whichever is lower).

Talking about International flight cancellations, if the flight is cancelled between 0-3 days from the departure of the flight passengers have to pay Rs 6,500 or Airfare charges plus Fare difference will be charged (whichever is lower). If the cancellation is made after 4 days or above, they have to pay Rs 6,000 or Airfare charges plus Fare difference will be charged (whichever is lower). Passengers must note that all the Cancellation fee will depend upon the time of cancellation.

Benefits Under SpiceJet MyFlexiPlan

Competing directly with the Largest airline in domestic aviation, SpiceJet also offers Flexi services to its passengers. Under SpiceJet MyFlexiPlan passengers will be able to cancel or change their ticket to suit their travel plans. If they wish to avail the services of MyFlexiPlan they can select the product at the time of ticket booking which should be made through SpiceJet reservations at least 2 hours before domestic flights departure and 3 hours before international flight departures Talking about the pricing passengers have to pay Rs 1,500 for domestic bookings and Rs 1,750 for international bookings. SpiceJet has also noted that if there are multiple bookings, the service will be charged per passenger, that means every individual have to pay for MyFlexiPlan separately if they are travelling in groups. Passengers must also note that in case of flight changes the ticket that would be reissued will subject to availability and the fare difference between the booked flight and the next flight. So if the passengers are sure about their long vacation but cannot decide their vacation dates they can avail SpiceJet MyFlexiPlan to save their pockets from costly ticket changes.

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