When airlines paid passengers they didn't fly
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When airlines paid passengers they didn't fly

Last year, India's domestic air carriers collectively paid out Rs 47 crore as compensation to nearly 1.6 million passengers for delays, cancellations and denial of boarding.
Leading the pack was Jet Airways, which doled out Rs 27.30 crore to passengers, which constituted nearly 60 per cent of the total compensation paid out by airlines.
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