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Centre to review IndiGo's web check-in policy

Centre to review IndiGo's web check-in policy
A day after IndiGo revised its policy to charge flyers for all seats through web check-ins, the aviation ministry on Monday said that it is reviewing the policy as per the pricing framework. The ministry said that IndiGo's move is under scanner to ensure if the fees charged fall under the existing rules. earlier IndiGo in a statement said that it will charge for all seats for passengers doing web check-ins. With IndiGo holding 43 per cent of market share other airlines could follow suit.

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Centre to review IndiGo's web check-in policy

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