Delhi London airport price: If you are planning to fly from Delhi to London, you will only have to spend Rs 3.96 lakh for plane tickets. Please note, this is an economic class rate, not a business. In this case of admission, students and tourists are upset by the increase in airline fares. After Sanjeev Gupta, the Home Secretary of the Government of India tweeted, now Air India is clean in this regard. Recently, Britain removed India from the ‘rate list’ and added it to the ‘amber list’.
Corona has hit China, slowing the pace of economic growth
Sanjeev Gupta warned the government
If you want to fly from Delhi to London by British Airways on August 26, you will have to spend Rs 3.96 lakh. At the same time, Air India and Air Extension ticket prices are between 1.2 lakh and 2.3 lakh. Home Ministry Secretary Sanjeev Gupta tweeted, “From Delhi to London, one-way fares are Rs 3.95 lakh. No, no, this is an economic class fee, not first class. Air India and Air Expansion Rates are also priced at Rs 1.2 lakh to Rs 2.3 lakh. The Secretary of the Civil Aviation Ministry has been warned of this.
Jeff Bezos-Elon Musk is back in wealth, this businessman has become the world’s richest
Air India replied
Air India also responded by tweeting about this whole thing. Air India wrote, ‘Sir, we are trying to find the reason for this rate. Travel from Delhi to London on our website is Rs 1.15 lakh. In a statement from Air India, Sanjeev Gupta tweeted, “There are many students who have got admission on merit. It is not easy for them to pay Rs 1.15 lakh.” Please note that the admission season is underway. Because of this a large number of students travel from India to England.
Petrol Price Today: The latest petrol and diesel rates have been released, check the price of oil in your city
Sir, we are trying to identify the origin of these rates. The current rates for the Delhi London Zone on our official website are around 1.15 L.
– Air India (@airindiain) August 7, 2021
What is an Amber List
On the evening of August 8, the UK’s Transport Secretary tweeted that India, Qatar, the UAE and Bahrain had been added to the red list by amber. That means Indians who are taking two doses should not be in quarantine for 10 days.