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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

    Ministry
    Parliamentary panel asks MoCA to define ‘reasonable profit’ for airlines

    Parliamentary panel asks MoCA to define ‘reasonable profit’ for airlines

    Despite ‘reasonable profit’ is among the factors considered by airlines while fixing tariffs, it has no set definition, a parliamentary panel has pointed out. It has recommended that the Ministry of Civil Aviation (MoCA) define

    Govt panel recommends identifying & developing revenue generating domestic tourist destinations

    A parliamentary panel has recommended that the Ministry of Tourism (MoT) identify and develop revenue generating domestic tourist destinations in states to promote innovation in production and service in the tourism sector. The standing committee

    Ministry
    Panel suggests Tourism Ministry to study Thailand model for attracting international tourists

    Panel suggests Tourism Ministry to study Thailand model for attracting international tourists

    The Parliamentary Standing Committee on Transport, Tourism and Culture has suggested to the Union Tourism Ministry to study promotion strategy of Thailand in attracting international visitors to its shores, reports The New Indian Express. The

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