Aviation minister Jyotiraditya Scindia at the moment agreed to look into complaints of airways charging further for boarding cross. Responding to a tweet tagging him that complained about SpiceJet, Mr Scindia responded, “Agreed, will look at this asap!”
Agreed, will look at this asap!
— Jyotiraditya M. Scindia (@JM_Scindia) Might 13, 2022
Ridiculous .Is @JM_Scindia listening?
— Madhavan Narayanan (@madversity) Might 13, 2022
Many have complained on the social media website that some airways, whereas insisting on an internet check-in, fees further from passengers who fail to take action. Some airways are charging those that attempt to get a boarding cross on the airport counter.
Checking in on the airport check-in counter prices Rs 200 per ticket and customers complained that moreover Spicejet, Indigo has accomplished the identical.
Many identified that it’s unfair to shoppers.
— Dr. Neeti Shikha (@neetishikha) Might 13, 2022
Others questioned the necessity for a paper boarding cross when an internet check-in is necessary.
However why do u want a boarding card?? It is on ur cellphone. Similar rule overseas & worldwide. They r attempting to dissuade ppl from utilizing paper. In 2022 ppl nonetheless wish to use paper
— BHAIRAVI GOSWAMI (@bhairavigoswami) Might 13, 2022
SpiceJet made headlines final week as properly after two of its passengers had been critically injured throughout turbulance because the plane was touchdown at Bengal’s Durgapur airport.
Altogether, 14 passengers and three crew members had been injured through the touchdown on Might 4. Most sustained accidents on head, backbone, shoulder, brow and face, stated the Director Common of Civil Aviation, which is investigating the matter.
The aviation regulator has de-rostered two SpiceJet workers who had allowed the plane to maneuver from Durgapur to Kolkata earlier than a proper inquiry.