Chandigarh, 24 August(Wishav Warta): Who were planning to travel out of station on Wednesday from Chandigarh had a hard day deciding which mode of travel to opt for as reaching the Chandigarh railway station became an impossible task due to elaborate security arrangements around the station while airfares saw an unprecedented surge.
The flights between Chandigarh and Delhi, which usually cost between Rs 1,600 and Rs 3,000, were priced at Rs 8,000 on Wednesday. A Spicejet ticket between Chandigarh and Delhi, scheduled for 8:25 pm, cost Rs 7,992 while a Jet Airways ticket cost Rs 6,112. Vistara and Indigo tickets cost Rs 4,719 and Rs 4,729 respectively.
According to airline officials, the airfare will remain the same (around Rs 4,729) till August 28 and will further come down to Rs 2,098 on August 29. In September, it will come down to Rs 1,688.