In a bid to give air fliers more options to pay for only those services they require, the civil aviation watchdog has unbundled a host of such offerings — like zero baggage, preferential seating and meals — from the actual fare.
While the airlines have the option to charge extra for check-in baggage which is over 15 kg at the minimum, they have been allowed to offer a “zero baggage” option with a caveat, the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) said in a circular.
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Source Credits: IANS and Odisha Sun Times