PSD: Tarom applied double fare for Romanians leaving Japan

The deputy president of the Social Democratic Party (PSD)’s Transport Department, Dragos Titea, accused the airline Tarom, yesterday, of having applied flight prices twice higher than those applied by other flight operators in the case of Romanians flying out of Japan, Mediafax reports. According to the Social-Democrat, the price requested by Tarom on a Tokyo-Bucharest fare, for Romanians heading back home, amounted to EUR 1,707. By comparison, he added, the standard price of a Tokyo-Bucharest round-trip ticket is ranging between EUR 831, at British Airways, and EUR 989, at Air France. In this context, Titea called on the Tarom executive board to account for the difference in price. At the same time, the Social-Democrat denounced the Boc Cabinet’s policy as regards the Romanians’ transport out of Japan, claiming that the Executive had mocked them all, looking down on them when requesting them to cover half of the ticket price.

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