Important news for air travelers, government will end these restrictions including fares

Aviation Industry

Aviation Industry

Civil Aviation Minister Hardeep Singh Puri has said that with the expectation of further increase in domestic air traffic in the summer season, the government may lift the restriction on fares with regard to flights. .

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  • Last Updated:February 20, 2021, 9:44 AM IS

New Delhi. Civil Aviation Minister Hardeep Singh Puri has said that with the expectation of further increase in domestic air traffic in the summer season, the government may lift the restriction on fares with regard to flights. . Puri also said that domestic air traffic is increasing day by day and now it has reached about 3 lakh passengers daily, according to the official statement released on Friday in the meeting of the advisory committee of the Ministry of Civil Aviation on Thursday. is.

Puri also briefed the Members of Parliament about the steps taken by the Ministry to benefit the aviation sector along with the people during the Kovid-19 epidemic. According to the statement, he gave information about minimum and maximum limits of the fare. According to the statement, he gave information about the minimum and maximum limit of the fare. He said that like domestic traffic will increase during the summer, with this the fare limit and other restrictions can be eliminated.

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Explain that under the Udaan scheme, the government has set a target to start 1000 air routes. Recently Puri had said that we aim to start 100 closed or partially operated airports and at least one thousand air routes will be started under UDAN scheme. Hardeep Singh Puri said that 56 airports have been improved, apart from this, after the launch of the UDAN scheme in 2017, air service has started on 311 routes at a cost of Rs 4500 crore. Let us know that the aviation industry has been the most affected in the coronary period. Almost all the airline companies are running at a loss.



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