Petition Closed
Petitioning Customer Relations Spice Jet and 3 others
This petition will be delivered to:
Customer Relations
Spice Jet
Nodal Officer
IndiGo
Nodal Officer
Go Air
Customer Relations
Jet Airways

Budget Airlines: Reverse your order charging Rs.50 for printing E-Tickets

Budget Airlines in India have started charging customers Rs.50 for printing E-tickets at airport counters.

After Jet Airways, now Spicejet and IndiGo Airlines also started charging this fee from passengers taking print outs of their e-tickets from the airlines counter at the airports.

The printing of e-tickets has always been a complimentary service from the airlines to their customers and has been used by people who had to take flights in a rush or during emergencies. While the Airlines no more sell tickets at low prices and rake millions in profits we are forced to pay higher fees for a service that was free in the first place.

Please join me in calling SpiceJet and other budget airlines to withdraw their decision to charge this unnecessary fee from passengers to get their E-tickets printed.

More Information

3 more airlines charge for e-ticket printout
http://articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/2012-06-02/mumbai/31983589_1_private-airlines-airlines-charge-printout

After Jet Airways, SpiceJet and IndiGo to charge passengers for printing e-tickets-

http://www.airlinenewsindia.com/2012/06/after-jet-airways-spicejet-and-indigo.html


Letter to
Customer Relations Spice Jet
Nodal Officer IndiGo
Nodal Officer Go Air
and 1 other
Customer Relations Jet Airways
I just signed the following petition addressed to: Budget Airlines.

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I am writing to express my deepest concern about your airline's decision to charge passengers Rs.50 to print out e-tickets at the airport counters.


The printing of e-tickets has always been a complimentary service from the airlines to their customers and has been used by people who had to take flights in a rush or during emergencies. While the Airlines no more sell tickets at low prices and rake millions in profits we are forced to pay higher fees for a service that is complementary in the first place.


Do the right thing and reverse your decision and stop charging passengers Rs.50 for printing out e-tickets at the airport counters.
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Sincerely,