The Federal Antimonopoly Service (FAS) issued a warning to Pobeda Airlines. This has been reported telegram channel regulator
“The service learned that (Pobeda airlines – socialbites.ca) passengers had to pay from 500 to 5,000 rubles to make changes to their full name or change/correct document data when boarding the plane. The company did not provide evidence of the validity of this payment amount,” FAS said.
The Ministry noted that such a fee must be economically justified and proportionate to the actual costs incurred by the carrier. The airline is now required to calculate and approve within 30 days a single amount of the fare charged to the passenger, based on economically justified costs, in the event of a change in the terms of the contract of carriage.
It was announced that Pobeda announced to the FAS that it is ready to establish a single fee of 800 rubles for changes to the full name of customers. Now, regulations are being made in the company’s regulations for this purpose.
Before that, a child in Tyumen I couldn’t do it Take a Pobeda airline flight to Moscow. The incident occurred on November 23 at Tyumen Roshchino airport. Employees of Pobeda Airlines refused to register and transport a young girl on the Tyumen-Moscow route. They explained their refusal by the fact that there were no free seats on the ship, although the passenger had a ticket for this flight.
Previously FAS accepted Megafon’s tariff increase is against the law.
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