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US passengers to get automatic cash refunds for disrupted flights

US passengers to get automatic cash refunds for disrupted flights

  The Biden administration announced final regulations on Wednesday mandating that airlines must issue automatic cash refunds for flight delays and provide clearer disclosures regarding baggage fees and reservation cancellations. Under the new rules, airlines

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Finnair announces more flights to Tokyo in Winter 2024 and Summer 2025

Finnair announces more flights to Tokyo in Winter 2024 and Summer 2025

  Finnair unveiled its revamped flight schedule for the summer of 2025, announcing several enhancements to its network. The airline will notably ramp up its services to Tokyo, Japan, offering daily flights to both Tokyo

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More Flights to Thailand approved by Government

More Flights to Thailand approved by Government

  India and Thailand inked a memorandum of understanding (MoU) on air services in Bangkok on Friday, just a day prior to the announcement of general elections. "The bilateral MoU will further enhance capacities of

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Sabre, Atriis ink deal to grow NDC bookings for ALTOUR

Sabre, Atriis ink deal to grow NDC bookings for ALTOUR

Sabre Corporation has signed an agreement with managed travel technology company Atriis and its launch customer ALTOUR to grow New Distribution Capability (NDC) bookings across key global markets. Under the deal, Atriis will be able

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BCAS direct airlines to deliver check-in baggage within 30mins of arrival

BCAS direct airlines to deliver check-in baggage within 30mins of arrival

In a recent development, the Bureau of Civil Aviation Security (BCAS) has issued a directive to seven major airlines in India, including Air India, IndiGo, Akasa Air, SpiceJet, Vistara, Air India Express Connect, and Air

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Parliamentary Panel suggests route-specific capping of airfares amid price surge

Parliamentary Panel suggests route-specific capping of airfares amid price surge

A Parliamentary panel has proposed route-specific capping of airfares and setting up of a separate entity to exercise control over air ticket prices, amid concerns in various quarters about surging fares. After considering the responses

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