Air India incurs rising wheelchair costs at US airports

Air India is contending with a rising trend of older passengers traveling between India and the US opting for wheelchair assistance at airports, particularly when arriving at or departing from US airports.“As per the [US Department of Transportation] requirement, we cannot charge for a wheelchair...

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