Nobody should pay more for tickets via agents on Vande Bharat flights: Govt
published 29.07.2020 20:35
Passengers booking tickets through travel agents on international operating under the Mission must not pay more than the fares mentioned on Air India's website, the Civil Aviation Ministry said on Wednesday.
However, since May 6, international charter have been operated by Air India under the Mission to help stranded people reach their destinations.
"Passengers booking tickets for #VBM flights through travel agents, may please note that they should not pay more than the fares mentioned on the Air India website.
India had on July 16 formed bilateral air bubbles with countries like the US, Germany and France that allows airlines of both the countries in the pact to operate special international charter flights.
India resumed domestic passenger flights from May 25 after a gap of two months due to the coronavirus pandemic.