Airlines in India, including flag carrier Air India, are eager to begin charging extra fees on a range of passenger services following regulators’ move to permit the country’s struggling airlines to “unbundle” charges like most carriers in other parts of the world. The Ministry of Civil Aviation will now let airlines charge separate fees for things like seat selection, checked baggage, use of airport lounges and transporting “valuable” baggage such as sports equipment and musical ...
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