Govt cracks whip against airlines, says slash ticket rates

Feb 06 2013, 00:09 IST
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SummaryConcerned over flight seats going empty, the government has asked Indian carriers why could they not charge low spot fares on the travel date to fill up about 30 per cent of their seats that go vacant.

of Rs 16,449, while SpiceJet's was Rs 3,770 and Rs 15,489.

On the same sector in the same month, Air India charged the lowest fare of Rs 3,920 and the highest of Rs 17,308, while the fares of Jet Airways ranged from Rs 3,970 to Rs 23,950. Similarly, Jet Konnect fares on Delhi-Mumbai sector were between Rs 3,970 and Rs 24,100.

Over and above these basic fares, a passenger also has to pay a passenger service fee, airport charges and a fuel surcharge.

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