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IndiGo to cost Rs 100 service payment for check-in at airport counters

New Delhi: IndiGo will cost a passenger Rs 100 service payment if she or he needs to check-in on the airport counters from Saturday onwards, the airline stated in a press release.

The aviation ministry in May had made it necessary for passengers to do net check-in in order to scale back touchpoints on the airport amid the coronavirus pandemic. Once net check-in is finished, the net boarding cross is issued by the airline to the passenger.

“IndiGo has introduced a service fee of INR 100 for check-in at the airport counters effective October 17, 2020,” stated the assertion.

“We encourage all passengers to web check-in as per the Government directive, using our website or mobile app. The check-in fee at the airport counters is applicable on all bookings made, starting from today i.E. October 17, 2020,” it famous.

The low-cost service stated it’s dedicated to take all precautionary measures for a contactless and hassle-free journey expertise for its prospects.

Scheduled home passenger companies resumed in India on May 25 after a niche of two months because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Scheduled worldwide passenger flights proceed to stay suspended within the nation since March 23 because of the pandemic. 

 

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