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“While state-owned Air India has declined to partner IRCTC on this venture, all other airlines, including full-service carriers, have shown a keen interest to enter such an arrangement,
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“IRCTC will provide cheaper tickets than the prevailing spot rates. For instance, if a Delhi-Mumbai one-way ticket costs Rs 6,000-7,000, passengers with wait-listed tickets will have to pay a lower fare of about Rs. 4500-5,000,”
So the next time you're in a disarray over unconfirmed Railway tickets, fret not. You may just end up flying to your destination.