Friday, September 10, 2021

Here’s how the government can make airfares cheaper

The first six days of September saw air traffic cross the 2 lakh mark each day. This is the second consecutive month that we have seen similar stats. As August came to a close, the country saw 65,26,753 passengers take to the air in India on 57,498 flights. This was a recovery of around 33 percent over the previous month. The spike in passenger numbers was primarily due to the changed rules, which came into effect in early August. The altered rules and subsequent spike in air traffic are an indication that the floor cap and ceiling cap for airfares should be on their way out.

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