New Delhi: Civil Aviation Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia has shared his concerns over recent reports of abnormal surge pricing on certain air routes. In an hour-long meeting with the Airlines Advisory Group in New Delhi, Mr. Scindia discussed the issue of air fares. 

The Minister emphasised that airlines must self-monitor airfares on certain select routes that have seen a considerable surge in the pricing of late, particularly

those that were earlier being serviced by Go First airline. Mr. Scindia said, during any calamity, airlines need to keep a tight check on the pricing of air tickets in view of the humanitarian situation and control any surge in ticket prices. 

He advised airlines to provide free carriage (cargo) services to the families of the deceased of the rail accident in Odisha. 

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