Indigo offers discount on Vaxi fares to vaccinated passengers; Check details here

Low-cost airline IndiGo is offering a 10% discount on the base fare to passengers who have received one or both doses of COVID-19 vaccines. The offer is restricted to passengers aged 18 and over.

In a bid to boost air travel amid the COVID-19 pandemic, IndiGo has launched a new initiative called Vaxi Fare, a discounted fare service that can be used by vaccinated passengers traveling with the national airline.

IndiGo announced the latest flight news on Twitter. “All vaccinated and ready to travel? Book with Vaxi Fare to make the most of your trip,” the airline said.

People benefiting from the IndiGo special ticket for travelers will need to produce their COVID-19 vaccination certificate issued by the Ministry of Health or show their vaccination status on the Aarogya Setu mobile application at the airport check-in counter. If passengers taking the IndiGo ticket for vaccinated flyers are unable to produce proof of vaccination, they may be charged the applicable fare difference, Mint reported.

Passengers can only avail the offer by booking the ticket on the IndiGo website. According to the website, the Vaxi Fare discount is applicable for travel beyond 15 days from the date of booking the tickets.

To benefit from the discount, passengers must opt ​​for the Vaxi fare when booking the flight by entering their place of departure and their destination of arrival. The website will ask the passenger to select the first or second dose they took. They can then choose their outbound and inbound flight options and proceed with the booking. The reservation will only be finalized once the passenger has provided a valid beneficiary ID.

IndiGo may deny boarding to passengers who do not produce the required vaccination certificate.

The airline offers Vaxi Fare discounts on one-way, round-trip and multi-city domestic flights on certain fare types. However, it does not apply to IndiGo group bookings.

(Edited by : Thomas Abraham)

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