New Delhi: Aviation regulator DGCA is approaching to take a call shortly on permitting domestic airlines to assign for check in container while providing incentives for passengers who transport light.
The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has recently perceived proposals in this courtesy from as many as 3 low-cost carriers.
A comparison DGCA central pronounced SpiceJet, Indigo and AirAsia approached a regulator with a thought of ‘zero container fare’, whereby passengers carrying no check in luggage would be given a bonus on a ticket. However, other airlines, including full-service carriers, are also in foster of ‘zero container fare’.
Such a complement would do divided with a stream use of passengers being authorised to lift adult to 15 kilogram of check in luggage giveaway of cost. That would also meant that travellers would shortly have to compensate for each kilogram of check in luggage.
In Apr this year, DGCA had authorised domestic carriers to unbundle their services and assign alone for comforts such as elite seats, dishes on house and use of lounge. The ‘zero container fare’ plan, partial of efforts to unbundle a services offering by airlines, is being examined by DGCA and a preference is approaching soon. In this regard, a regulator has collected a views from all domestic airlines, the
According to a official, “since there are some gaps” in a responses supposing by certain carriers, a regulator has sought some-more clarifications from them. Before implementing a devise of ‘zero container fare’, several nitty gritty, including on when to give a bonus to a newcomer carrying no check in luggage, need to be sorted out.
“We wish to have a uniform complement for all airlines before determining on when and how to exercise a proposal,” a central said.