Three Indian carriers have been hit with multi-million-dollar penalties for price-fixing and revising fuel surcharges.
The Competition Committee of India slapped a $6.1m fine on Jet Airways, with InterGlobe Aviation and SpiceJet also being penalised – albeit to a lesser extent – for their part in the illegal activities.
ATW Online reports that the CCI issued its final orders late last week following an investigation that started after complaints of cartel behaviour …
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