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Monitoring of airfare was started by DGCA on certain routes, selected on a random basis to ensure that the airlines do not charge airfares outside the range declared by them," Civil Aviation Minister Hardeep Singh Puri informed Lok Sabha.
Rising airfares saw many venting their anger on social media platforms.
In a joint press conference, the Cyprus-Greece Business Association and the CCCI presented a table of airfares for the summer months with tickets for Athens reaching e1/4690 and Salonica e1/4508.
We will see airline rates drop but we must not be lulled to complacency lest airfares be increased to P20,000 round trip to Manila this Christmas season.
Virgin Air has also gotten in on the rescue efforts with reduced airfares for travelers stranded in the U.S., U.K., and Canada.
Committee was informed that the Hajj expanses were increased due to exchange rates and Airfare rates.
Kamarudin was responding to a question by Hulu Langat MP Hasanuddin Mohd Yunus on the government's efforts to ensure airline companies do not hike airfares during festive seasons.
Duterte brought up the high airfares during a meeting with Cabinet members and local officials on the effects of Typhoon Ompongin Tuguegarao.
Yapta, a tracking service for airfare and hotel pricing, has announced the launch of Yapta TravelAI, an advanced analytics solution for enterprise customers, the company said.
These high airfares are damaging tourism,' Justice Nisar questioned and ordered the PIA CEO to review the airfare for this route.
IANS New Delhi The airfares for the Haj pilgrims this year have been slashed and a Saudi airline has been roped in to carry passengers, besides Air India, at the instance of the government -- a move that would offset the impact of withdrawl of Haj subsidy, Union Minority Affairs Minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi announced on Tuesday.