According to the number of air passengers, the country’s largest airline Indigo has reached 60 per cent of flights operations by Diwali as compared to Kovid-19 before COVID-19. Have hoped
new Delhi. The country’s largest domestic airline IndiGo has started charging passengers to check in at the airport. According to the statement issued by IndiGo, the passengers who check in from the counter of the Hawaiian Road will have to pay a fee of Rs 100. Let us tell you that due to the aircraft Kovid-19, the airline companies are facing shortage of cash. Due to which operators are finding new ways to increase revenue.
Web-checkin will not be charged – Indigo airline has made it clear that passengers who check in through the company’s website or mobile app will not have to pay any extra charges. At the same time, the company says that in order to promote web-checkin, it is charging the passengers to chain-in over the counter.
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IndiGo expects 60 per cent operations on Diwali – According to the number of air passengers, the country’s largest airline IndiGo expects 60 per cent flights to be operational by Diwali as compared to Kovid-19 before. Explain that domestic and international flights were banned during the lockdown in the country. At the same time, under the unlock, on May 25, it was approved to smooth flying on domestic routes.
very few passengers made the journey at the beginning of the unlock –
According to IndiGo, after the lockdown, when the flight was approved on domestic routes in the country, very few passengers made air travel. During this time the company operated only 32 percent of the flights in the month of August. At the same time, the company expects to operate up to 60 percent flights in the next two months.