Aviation

DGCA asks airlines to cap fares on Srinagar-Delhi sector

DELHI

In yet another directive to help passengers trapped in flood-ravaged Jammu & Kashmir, aviation regulator DGCA on Wednesday asked all airlines to cap the fares on Srinagar-Delhi and Leh-Delhi sectors to Rs 2,800 and Rs 3,000.

If an air traveller is cash-strapped due to the precarious situation prevailing in Srinagar and elsewhere in the state, the DGCA has asked the air carriers to collect fares only after they reached Delhi.

The airlines have also been asked to mount additional flights to clear the rush of outbound tourists from Srinagar.

Full report here Times of India

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