New Delhi: Budget carrier SpiceJet on Saturday revised the ticket cancellation charges for both the domestic and international travel but kept them below the peer group.
The revised cancellation charges came into effect from today (Saturday), SpiceJet said.
According to airline, the cancellation charges for the domestic flights have been revised to Rs 1,800 as against Rs 1,500 earlier, while the cancellation fee for the international flights now stands at Rs 2,250.
The move comes three month after the two other carriers -- Jet Airways and IndiGo - steeply hiked the ticket cancellation charges, raising them in some cases by 50 per cent to 100 per cent.
Following the hike, a passenger cancelling a ticket more than 2 to 48 hours before departure now has to pay Rs 2,250, up 50 per cent from earlier.
A person cancelling 2-7 days prior will have to shell out Rs 2,000, and a person who opts out 7-30 days before will have to pay Rs 1,500. Only customers who cancel 30 days or before, are charged Rs 1,250, 20 per cent lower than earlier. Customers who cancel less than 2 hours before departure won't get any refund.