For the second occasion, Air India was fined Rs. 10 lakh by the DGCA for breaking the compensation regulations.
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- For the second time, Air India was fined Rs. 10 lakh by the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) on Wednesday for breaking the laws regarding compensation.
- The regulator found that Air India was not adhering to the relevant Civil Aviation Regulation (CAR) after conducting inspections of airlines at the airports in Delhi, Kochi, and Bangalore.
- Later, on November 3, the airline received a show-cause notice.
- This airlines was deemed to have violated the terms of the CAR, according to the DGCA, which made this announcement in response to the airline’s show-cause notice.
- These include failing to pay international business compensation, failing to train part of their ground staff in accordance with the rules, and failing to provide hotel accommodations for those impacted by delayed flights class passengers who were made to travel on unserviceable seats” , according to the statement.
- The regulator has levied a ₹10 lakh fine for these violations.