Based on the flight duration, the price ranges have been divided into seven sectors, says DGCA. For instance, Sector G is for flights with a duration between 180-210 minutes, like ones on the Delhi-Coimbatore route, and they will have a lower and upper limit of ₹6,500 and ₹18,600, respectively.

Sector A: Flights with less than 40-minute duration, like Pune-Goa or Bhopal-Mumbai routes, to have lower and upper limit of ₹2,000 and ₹6,000, respectively.

Sector B: Flights with a duration between 40-60 minutes, like Jaipur-Indore or Jammu-Delhi routes, and the lower and upper fare limit is ₹2,500 and ₹7,500, respectively.

Sector C: Flights with a duration between 60-90 minutes, like Bengaluru-Mumbai or Chennai-Bhubaneswar, the routes lower and upper fare limit for flights has been capped at 3,000 and ₹9,000, respectively.

Sector D: Flights with a duration between 90-120 minutes, like ones on Delhi-Mumbai or Pune-Lucknow routes, to have lower and upper fare limit of ₹3,500 and ₹10,000, respectively.

Sector E: Flights with a duration between 120-150 minutes, like ones on Delhi-Bengaluru or Srinagar-Ahmedabad routes, to have lower and upper fare limit of ₹4,500 and ₹13,000, respectively.

Sector F: Flights with a duration between 150-180 minutes, like ones on Delhi-Imphal or Kolkata-Goa routes, to have lower and upper fare limit of ₹5,500 and ₹15,700, respectively.

Sector G: Flights with a duration between 180-210 minutes, like ones on Delhi-Coimbatore or Port Blair-Delhi routes, to have lower, the upper limit of ₹6,500 and ₹18,600, respectively.

At least 40% of the flights of a particular flight shall be sold for the fare less than the minimum and maximum fares. These ‘sectors’ will be enforced until 2359 hours of 24 August 2020.

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