Indian government will review cancellation fee spikes

09/16/2013 | LiveMint.com/The Wall Street Journal (India)

As a result of some Indian carriers raising cancellation fees as much as 25% since earlier this month, the civil aviation ministry will look into the price jumps. Because of the fees, fliers on business class from Delhi to Mumbai pay more than they would to fly to London. The increased fees are attributed to the decreasing rupee and high fuel costs.

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