Airfares go through the roof

In spite of the improvement in air connectivity with the commissioning of the Kannur International Airport, the cost of air tickets continues to remain high both in both the domestic and international sectors.

A month ago, the steep hike in airfare was attributed to the school vacation and Easter-Vishu season. Now, with the beginning of the Ramzan season, airline companies have steeply increased tariff to other destinations particularly the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries.

Fares are high especially on return tickets. “If the airline ticket to Dubai is ₹8,000 from Kozhikode, the return fare is a staggering ₹28,000 towards the month-end.  Read More

You may also read!

Ahmedabad-bound Indigo Aircraft Returns To Mumbai Airport After Engine Snag

An IndiGo aircraft heading to Ahmedabad from Mumbai had to return to the Mumbai airport as one of its


Pakistan Army Terms Kashmir As Nuclear Flashpoint Amid ‘no First Use’ Policy Debate

Continuing its anti-India tirade, the Pakistan Army has termed Kashmir as ‘nuclear flashpoint.’ Addressing media on Saturday


Army Ready To Respond To Any Action By Pakistan On Kashmir Issue

Indian Army is all set to retaliate against any Action by Pakistan along the border. Pakistan can do


Leave a reply:

Mobile Sliding Menu