Jaipur (Rajasthan). Airlines’ bumper lottery has come out on Diwali. On the one hand, seats are unavailable on almost all long-distance trains, while airlines have increased the fare by up to 4 times.
The fare has reached Rs 24 thousand for travelling from Bangalore to Jaipur. In contrast, this fare remains between Rs 7 to 8 thousand on ordinary days.
Not only Bangalore, travellers from all cities, including Mumbai, Pune, Chennai, Ahmedabad, and Hyderabad, have to pay more fare to come home on Diwali.
The increased airfares will continue from October 20 to 30
It is worth mentioning that along with the people of Jaipur living outside, people from all over the country and abroad also come here to see the festival’s festivities.
On the other hand, flights leaving Jaipur to return after Diwali will have to pay higher fares from October 27 to 30.
Airlines increased fares from other cities to Jaipur
On October 22, IndiGo’s fare from Mumbai to Jaipur is Rs 18,333, and AirAsia’s is Rs 20407. Whereas Vistara has to pay Rs 22323.
On average, travelling from Mumbai to Jaipur is between Rs 5500 to 6500.
On October 22, the minimum fare from Bangalore to Jaipur is Rs 20599, IndiGo from Rs 20599 to 20717, and GoFirst fare is Rs 24998.
On regular days, the fare from Bangalore to Jaipur is 8 to 9 thousand rupees.
On October 22, the fare for the only flight from Pune to Jaipur Indigo reached Rs 22848.
On average days, the fare for coming from Pune is only 5500 to 6500 rupees.
IndiGo is charging Rs 24733 from Chennai to Jaipur on October 22. On regular days, only 8 to 9 thousand rupees are charged.
Air Asia fare from Hyderabad to Jaipur on October 22 has increased from Rs.14242 to Rs.16132.
Indigo Airlines charges Rs 20,910 per passenger, whereas the fare from Hyderabad on regular days is 6-7 thousand.
On October 22, the fare from Ahmedabad to Jaipur is being charged from Rs 11570 to Rs 20915 in SpiceJet and Rs 12873 per passenger in Indigo.
The fare for coming from Ahmedabad on regular days is Rs 4000 to 4500.
On the other hand, the Winter schedule is starting from October 30. In this, flights for Delhi-Mumbai will increase. The airlines have also prepared to start flights for some new cities.