Air India 787. Courtesy, Boeing Airlines in India have agreed to lower fares 5%-20% after a reprimand by the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA), which called the average airfare “phenomenal.” The DGCA action was in response to a steady rise in air fares on domestic routes since the end of 2011. According to DGCA chief EK Bharat Bhushan, who met with airline CEOs in Delhi, the agency has been under pressure to intervene on behalf of passengers. “The ...

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