Mi-17 transport chopper crashed in Jammu and Kashmir's Budgam district on Wednesday morning.
"Air India has made a decision to fix cap of Rs 5,000 for its flights from Delhi to Srinagar, Leh and Jammu for all passengers", an airline source said. The Pakistani jets, however, dropped bombs near the Indian Army post in Rajouri sector while returning, although there are no reports of any casualties or collateral damage.
Also, for the armed and para-military forces, Air India has waived off fees for journey date changes up to the first week of March, the source added.
Two pilots and at least one civilian were killed, according to the official.
Pakistan says it captured two Indian pilots after shooting down two Indian fighter jets over Pakistan-administered Kashmir.
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Pakistan has denied any role in the crash and officials in Budgam said a technical glitch apparently caused its fall. The helicopter broke into two and caught fire immediately.
A military aircraft crashed in Budgam in Jammu and Kashmir on Wednesday.
The Taliban have said they have "deep sympathy with the government and people of Pakistan" after India's military action. The Pakistan's airspace was largely clear with just one flight - Ukraine International Airlines flight PS388 - between Colombo and Kiev operating at that time.
The Ministry of Civil Aviation said it was following the guidelines issued by the Indian Air Force.
The attack was claimed by Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM), prompting India to accuse Pakistan of harbouring the militant group.