The India Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has revised compensation guidelines for cancelling a flight or denying boarding to a flier. From August 1, an airline will have to pay up to Rs 10,000 to a passenger if a flight is cancelled or delayed beyond two hours, while the compensation for not allowing a passenger to board the flight is up to Rs 20,000. Today, airlines only offer up to Rs 4,000 for both denied boarding and cancelling a flight. Air Passengers Association of India (APAI) founder and president D Sudhakara Reddy, has called for the new rules to
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