The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) made the announcement on Wednesday, saying the regulations have been revised to 'strengthen the rights of air travellers affected by downgrading of their ticket.' Read for exact refund details in domestic and international sectors.
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The aviation watchdog announced in a statement that the regulations regarding "facilities to be provided to passengers by airlines due to denied boarding, cancellation of flights, and delays in flights" have been revised to "strengthen the rights of air travellers affected by downgrading of their ticket."
According to the statement, the modification will let the passenger who is involuntarily degraded and is transported in a lower class to be compensated by the airline in the following ways: