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India may cap air fares to curtail ‘exorbitant pricing’ by airlines

A panel of the Indian parliament is seeking to cap airfares because it is claimed airlines have not passed the reduction in jet fuel prices to consumers. The panel claims Indian carriers are charging exorbitant and unfair airfares during festival and holiday seasons, during natural disasters and any political unrest, taking advantage of the urgency […]


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