New Delhi, Sep 11 (ANI): The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has written to the CMDs/CEOs of all scheduled airlines to charge air travellers tariff at a level prevalent in the week ending September 6.
In the letter, the DGCA said it was aware of domestic airlines charging tariff almost three to four times higher on various metro routes as compared to those prevalent in the week ending September 6.
It is further noted by the DGCA that the cost of operation of scheduled airlines on account of various constituent elements have not undergone any significant change in the last week to merit a fare hike.
The DGCA warned that any violation of these directives would be dealt with under the appropriate law. (ANI)