Indian fliers mind leg room, baggage allowance cuts: Expedia

expediaNEW DELHI: Fliers on low-cost airlines in India may not mind lack of an in-flight entertainment system, free meals or pillows, but they are loath to accept absence of free checked-in baggage, reduction of leg room and bathroom privileges, shows a survey by online travel agency Expedia.

“Indian fliers are least willing to sacrifice bathroom privileges, legroom and free-checked luggage, while flying a low-cost carrier. Indian travelers are most willing to sacrifice in-flight entertainment, full meal service, pillows and blankets, being able to choose seat in advance and snacks and beverages,” the survey said.

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