The new airline rules are ridiculous, Tweet says.I agree and consider, says J Scindia
Aviation Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia today agreed to investigate airline complaints that charge an additional fee for boarding passes. In response to a tweet tagging him who complained about SpiceJet, Cindia replied, “I agree, I’ll look into this as soon as possible!”
Many airlines complain on social media sites that while claiming web check-in, they are charging additional charges from passengers who do not. Some airlines charge people who try to get a boarding pass at the airport counter.
Check-in at the airport check-in counter cost Rs 200 per ticket, and users complained that Indigo did the same thing besides SpiceJet.