SpiceJet Check-in charge: Budget carrier Spicejet will now charge a ₹100 service fee from passengers if they check-in at the airport. “Web check-in is mandatory! Visit our website or app to check-in online and obtain your boarding pass for free, up to 60 minutes prior to your flight’s departure. And now, you may also check-in at the airport, for a facilitation fee of ₹100 per passenger,’ SpiceJet said in a tweet.
Taking to Twitter, the airline said that passengers may also check-in at the airport for a facilitation fee of Rs 100 per passenger.
“Web check-in is mandatory! Visit our website or app to check-in online and obtain your boarding pass for free, up to 60 minutes prior to your flight’s departure. And now, you may also check-in at the airport, for a facilitation fee of Rs 100 per passenger,” SpiceJet said in a tweet.
“We encourage all passengers to web check-in as per the Government directive, using our website or mobile app. The check-in fee at the airport counters is applicable to all bookings made, starting from October 17, 2020,” IndiGo had said.
The development comes after the Ministry of Civil Aviation (MoCA) made web check-in mandatory for all passengers to reduce touch-points at the airports.
India started the scheduled domestic passenger flights on May 25 after a gap of two months due to the coronavirus pandemic. As domestic flights resumed, the Ministry of Civil Aviation made it mandatory for air travelers to do a web check-in view of Covid-19.
Meanwhile, India has reported a daily jump of 49,881 Covid-19 cases, even as the tally has soared past the 8-million mark. The country’s death toll has mounted to 120,699. Out of the total Covid-19 cases, 603,687 are currently active, 7,315,989 have been discharged, while 1,20,527 lost the battle against the pandemic.
Amid the festive season and rising pollution level, Delhi on Wednesday recorded over 5,600 fresh cases for the first time, with the city witnessing a sudden surge in daily incidences in the past few days. According to the latest health department bulletin, the positivity rate has also jumped to 9.37 percent, as the infection tally in the city has amounted to over 370,000.