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Companies will not increase fares on flights to Delhi, according to order issued by the government

Sagar Patel

By Sagar Patel

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The Ministry of Civil Aviation on Friday asked airlines to ensure that there is no abnormal increase in fares for flights operating from the national capital amid the suspension of operations at Terminal 1 of the Delhi airport. The operation has been suspended following the incident of the collapse of part of the roof of Terminal-1 of the airport.

At around 5 am on June 28, a portion of the ceiling partially collapsed in the old departure area of ​​Terminal-1 (T-1). One person was killed and at least six others were injured in the incident. Domestic flights of IndiGo and SpiceJet operate from T-1 of the airport. Due to the closure of T-1, many flights have been cancelled and operations have been temporarily shifted to T-2 and T-3.

The government gave information.

On Friday, a senior official said the ministry had asked airlines to ensure that there was no abnormal increase in fares for flights to and from Delhi, the ministry wrote on the social media platform.

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Airlines canceled flights

The ministry said that following the unfortunate incident at Terminal 1 of Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International Airport, all airlines are advised to be alert to any unusual increase in flight fares to and from Delhi and take necessary action in this regard. . A source said that after the T-1 incident, Indigo canceled 62 departure and seven arrival flights, while SpiceJet canceled eight departure and four arrival flights.

Sagar Patel

Sagar Patel

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