Jyotiraditya Scindia agreed to examine new airline rule and says tweet agreed

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New Delhi: Union Minister for Aviation Jyotiraditya Scindia agreed on Friday to look into complaints of airlines charging extra for boarding pass from passengers. He responding to a tweet tagging him that complained about Spice Jet, agreed, will examine this ASAP!

Many passengers have complained on the social media site that some airlines, while insisting on a web check-in, charges extra from passengers who fail to do so. Some airlines are charging those who try to get a boarding pass at the airport counter. Checking in at the airport check-in counter costs ₹ 200 per ticket and users complained that besides Spice Jet, Indigo has done the same.

Several passengers pointed out that it is unfair to consumers. Others questioned the need for a paper boarding pass when a web check-in is mandatory.

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