Indian Railways had introduced dynamic pricing on September 7, 2016. Two years after its introduction, Indian Railways is all set to do away with the much-criticised flexi-fare scheme. The scheme has also been under CAG scrutiny.
Two years after it was introduced in September 2016, Indian Railways is all set to do away with the much-criticised flexi-fare scheme. The scheme was introduced in over 140 Rajdhani, 46 Shatabdi and 52 Duronto Express trains. (Photo: Agencies)
According to some senior officials, Indian Railways is set to scrap the flexi-fare scheme for as many as 40 trains and the transporter will offer 50 per cent discount on flexi-fare charges on the remaining 102 premium trains. (Photo: Agencies) Read More
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