AirSahara (Deccan): A Pattern of Bad Conduct

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AirSahara, now known as Deccan, discriminates against passengers with visible disabilities.

The ongoing practice has been repeated, reports the Hindustani Times, in the case of Sanjeev Sachdeva despite warnings of the Directorate General of the Civil Aviation Authority of India (DCGA) that airlines not discriminate.

This practice is becoming so widespread in the industry that Australian authorities have had to issue similar warnings recently on top of the many lawsuits and complaints active in other parts of the world without similarly responsible action on the part of regulatory agencies.

See Airline Displays Callousness at
http://epaper.hindustantimes.com/artMailDisp.aspx?article=20_12_2007_003_015&typ=1&pub=47

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