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Pay 10 per cent fare now and get ticket: IndiGo launches flexible payment option

In general, passengers have to pay the entire ticket value upfront while booking a ticket on a flight.

Published: 25th June 2020 08:25 PM  |   Last Updated: 25th June 2020 08:25 PM   |  A+A-

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By PTI

NEW DELHI: IndiGo on Thursday announced a flexible payment scheme called 'Flex Pay' under which passengers will have to pay only 10 per cent of the total fare amount at the time of booking.

Passengers can defer the 90 per cent remaining payment "for a period of up to 15 days either from the date of bookings or before the date of departure" under this scheme, IndiGo said in a press release.

If a passenger has paid 10 per cent of the fare amount to get a ticket, and if he or she cancels the booking without paying the remaining 90 per cent, he or she will not be refunded this 10 per cent amount.

In general, passengers have to pay the entire ticket value upfront while booking a ticket on a flight.

"With the help of Flex Pay, the passengers can now secure their bookings by paying only 10% of the total fare amount and defer their payment on an IndiGo domestic flight for a period of up to 15 days either from the date of bookings or before the date of departure," the airline noted.

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