India's airlines fight court-ordered pricing transparency

03/11/2013 | Economic Times (India), The

Indian airline executives protested a court ruling requiring carriers to publish the number of seats available at each fare level, telling regulators that their booking systems do not allow for fixed seat numbers per fare level and that such a move would give competitors too much information. India's airline passenger association argues that the pricing structure for domestic airlines is too complicated for many travelers to understand.

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