New Delhi: SpiceJet has imposed a new kind of charge on its passengers during Check in.
SpiceJet will charge a service fee of Rs.100 from the passengers checking in at the airport. However, the company has made web check in mandatory for air travelers.
The company tweeted this information; the tweet states that to check in online, one has to visit our website or app. You will get a boarding pass for free 60 minutes before the flight. With this, you can also check in at the airport, but a fee of Rs.100 will be charged for this.
From October 17th, Indigo has also started this service. The company has started charging fees of Rs.100 to check in at the airport.
Regarding which the company had issued a statement, we are encouraging travelers through our website or mobile app, through government instructions, web check in. Check-in fees at airport counters apply to all bookings. Which has come into effect from 17th October.
By the way, it is believed that now in the coming days all airlines companies can implement it.
The Aviation Ministry had made it mandatory for passengers to enter the airport from May and that the web check-in’s is necessary. Passengers who do not get web check-in will not get admission at the airport. This was done so that social distancing could be maintained.
On the other hand, India’s first sea plane service is scheduled to start on 31st October between the Sabarmati River Front to the Statue of Unity. SpiceJet will launch two sea-plane services between Sabarmati River Front in Ahmedabad and the Statue of Unity in Kevadia. SpiceJet has purchased a sea plane from Maldives for this.
This Sea Plane will serve about 250 km route. The starting price of the ticket on this route is Rs.1500 under Udaan service. SpiceJet will start two flight services every day.