AviationSectors

Airlines Asked to Make the Boarding Passes Free Again

“The airlines are advised not to charge any additional amount for issuing boarding passes at the airport check-in counters, as the same cannot be considered within the tariff as provided under Rule 135 of the Aircraft Rules," it said.

Sharing is caring!

Now as we have almost getting into the Post Pandemic era, the civil aviation ministry said airlines cannot charge an additional amount for issuing boarding passes at airport check-in counters. This practice was started during the Pandemic period.

“Airlines are charging an additional amount for issuing boarding passes. This is not in accordance with the instructions given in the aforesaid order or as per extant provisions of Aircraft Rules, 1937,” the ministry said.

“The airlines are advised not to charge any additional amount for issuing boarding passes at the airport check-in counters, as the same cannot be considered within the tariff as provided under Rule 135 of the Aircraft Rules,” it said.

AI flight diverted

Air India’s Dubai-Kochi flight was diverted to Mumbai on Thursday after the pilot-in-command reported a loss in cabin pressure, officials of the DGCA said.

The DGCA has grounded the Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner aircraft and off-rostered this flight’s crew. “Flight AI 934, operating from Dubai to Cochin, was diverted to Mumbai today due to a technical issue,”  an AI spokesperson said.

SMEStreet Edit Desk

SMEStreet Edit Desk is a small group of excited and motivated journalists and editors who are committed to building MSME ecosystem through valuable information and knowledge spread.

Related Articles

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Back to top button
%d bloggers like this: