New Delhi sources reported that National passenger carrier Air India announced it has revised the applicable Excess Baggage Rate (EBR) on domestic sectors effective Monday. Meanwhile according to a circular, the airline revised its EBR to Rs. 500 plus applicable GST per kg on all travel commencing on or after June 11 from an earlier Rs. 400 per kg, except for Alliance Air flights.
Meanwhile as per report the circular further said that GST rates will be applicable on the value reflected on all Excess Baggage tickets, issued in India, except from the exempted airports.
Furthermore in addition, the circular dated June 6 said that GST will be
applicable on the value reflected on the EBT at the rate of 5% in economy class
and 12% for other classes. Currently, Air India has a baggage allowance limit
of 25 kg.
Cyclone Alert over west-central Bay of Bengal: IMD Accordingly a cyclone alert has been issued for the northern coastal region of the state of Andhra Pradesh with the Indian Meteorological Department predicting 'very heavy to extremely heavy' rains in the region. Meanwhile the IMD has stated that depression has formed over west-central Bay of Bengal which could intensify into a cyclonic storm.
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