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Muthoot heist: Ticket examiner tells cops of gang
Deccan Chronicle

Southern rail: could more commuters claim a credit card refund?

One passenger recovered half his season ticket cost from Amex. We examine the chances of others following him Season ticket holders on strike-hit train lines could be in line for thousands of pounds in compensation after one commuter successfully ... The Guardian, 4 days ago
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TTE held for misbehaving with woman passenger in Maveli Express

Kochi: A Train Ticket Examiner (TTE) of the Thiruvananthapuram-bound Maveli Express was arrested here on Monday for allegedly misbehaving with a woman passenger. Naushadh (39), a TTE with Thiruvananthapuram headquarters, was held by the Railway ...
 Deccan Chronicle4 days ago

Woes of a Kollam express passenger

Some TTEs (Travelling Ticket Examiners) are inconveniencing reserved passengers to satisfy the whims and fancies of influential persons, who seem to be insisting on allotment of berths of their choice, says N. Dhanapalan, president of the ...
 The Hindu2 weeks ago RAC passengers to get bed kit without request  MSN News US1 month ago

The one factor UAE flyers...

Research shows that UAE travelers think of only one thing before booking their tickets An airline's reputation is one of the most important factors that UAE travellers take into consideration when booking a flight, a survey by Turkish Airlines has ...
 Khaleej Times1 month ago The one factor UAE flyers consider before booking  Dotemirates.com1 month ago Social News 12/1  VietNamNet Bridge1 week ago

Passengers to Pay Less for Canceling Int'l Flight Bookings

Starting next year, consumers will have to pay a smaller fee to travel agencies for canceling an international flight ticket. The penalty will be slashed from W30,000 to W10,000 (US$1=W1,168). The Fair Trade Commission said Monday it examined the ...
 Digital Chosun1 month ago Int'l flight cancelation charge to be reduced to 10,000 won  Arirang1 month ago

Your rail journey is set to get smoother, safer and smoke-free

As part of its ongoing initiatives to make travel in train a pleasant experience, the Indian Railways has empowered ticket checking staff to slap fine on passengers found smoking or littering on trains. Among the new tasks entrusted with ...
 The Hindu1 month ago
Times of India

British woman examined on suspicion

UDAIPUR: A British couple of Japanese descent, travelling to Delhi from Udaipur by an evening flight, was detained by the Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) at Maharana Pratap Airport here on Friday. On suspicion that something maybe hidden ...
 Times of India1 month ago
Irish Examiner

Is this the airport of the future? Biometric tickets, virtual assistants and fast molecular security scanners

Jetting off on holiday is the highlight of anyone's year, yet the thrill of travelling to a beautiful new country can often be dampened by a miserable airport experience. But believe it or not, the endless queuing to check in, frantic fumbling ...
 Irish Examiner1 month ago

Where Do We Go From Here?: Spring 2017 Travel Books

But travel book publishers, who, like all of us, have grown accustomed to tumult as a part of the natural order, say that isn't necessarily so. The general desire to travel isn't waning, it's growing, says Georgina Dee, publishing director at DK's ...
 PublishersWeekly.com19 hours ago ITB discourse on disruptive travel  TTRweekly.com1 week ago Why he travelled 84 kms by bus  MSN News US2 weeks ago Singapore and Bali are favoured travel destinations for 2017  Indian Express1 month ago

Train travel dips, but don't blame demonetisation

The number of poor people travelling by train has followed a similar trend since 2011.Subhomoy Bhattacharjee reports:   Train travel dipped massively among the poorest in December last year. The Indian Railways data shows there was a fall of nearly 7% in the number of those who travelled unreserved in trains in December 2016. But before demonetisation can be blamed, the official data needs to be looked at. There was a larger fall among train passengers of this class two years ago too. In ...
 Rediff.com3 days ago Unreserved train travel down 7% in Dec, but demonetisation not to blame  Smart Investor6 days ago Dip in train travel among poor independent of note ban  Smart Investor1 week ago
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