Airfare Increases More Than 100 Per Cent on Last Minute Bookings, Holi, Boeing 737 Max 8 Reason


Air passengers might continue to face the grim prospect of high airfares and fewer flight choices as several airlines have cancelled operations for a number of reasons, including the grounding of the Boeing 737-MAX aircraft.

Industry insiders on Thursday pointed out that with no short-term relief in sight, some sectors will continue to see a rise of more than 100 per cent in last minute bookings.

“With no short term relief in sight. Passengers can expect the trend of high airfares to last about a month’s time. Passengers should book their tickets in advance,” ixigo Co-founder and CEO Aloke Bajpai told IANS.  Read More

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