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Dear Editor,

On my recent visit to Udaipur by two different airlines experienced that there is a room for improvement in Air Services like on short duration flight time is short to serve snacks and tea -I suggest either to serve both items at one go -not to wait to serve tea after the snacks or substitute tea with soft drinks/ juices etc.

Some flights do not serve anything to eat-snacks/lunch/dinner without extra payments-it is better to treat travelers as Maharajas and serve them all these items -no one would mind paying it for snacks/lunch/dinner with tickets -submerge these charges with ticket cost-earlier it was a practice without fail to serve these items to all passengers. The government must make it mandatory to serve food win all flights without any exception as such.

As per security norms some of the items like a small kitchen knife etc. is not allowed to be carried in hand baggage but it is allowed in baggage to be deposited after scanning from x -ray machines. Many passengers unintentionally carry such items -instead of depositing it at airport which can be claimed on your (impossible) next visit on showing boarding pass. Who shall come to collect such things of meagre amounts? I suggest all such items be deposited with air staff and let them carry it and return them at destination place along with baggage etc. which is collected by passengers themselves-here one staff member can come in person and return those objectionable items to concerned passengers.

Also at small airports where there is not much air traffic the check in time must be reduced .

—Mahesh Kapasi,

B-49 GULMOHAR PARK, New Delhi.


News Updated at : Thursday, April 20, 2017
 
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