Indian low-cost carrier IndiGo has introduced a prepaid travel scheme that allows passengers to buy advance travel vouchers on up to six of the airline's sectors for a set fee, regardless of distance or last-minute price variations. Indigo’s “6E” Pass costs INR42,000 ($655) for six national flights anywhere in India, or INR21,000 for six regional flights within the designated zones. “We are striving to make our passenger experience ... hassle free,” said ...

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