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Mar 07, 2019
Govt panel recommends to increase passenger service fee on domestic flyers by Rs 20 to clear CISF duesRanjan said the CISF has taken up this issue not only with the airport operators but also with the ministry of civil aviation and the home ministry.
Oct 09, 2018
Airports across country owe Rs 970 crore in security dues to CISF; Rs 788-crore pending against Delhi's IGI AirportDues amounting to about Rs 970 crore are pending against various airports in the country in lieu of providing CISF security to them, a top official of the paramilitary force said Monday.
Dec 22, 2017
UDAN scheme for cheaper flights, more regional routes power India's civil aviation sector in 2017Apart from enhanced aviation services to non-metro cities, the sector has also benefited from the rise in domestic disposable income levels
Nov 04, 2017
Delhi airport asked to explore possibility of passengers using helicopter services to reach nearby citiesDelhi International Airport Limited was asked to explore the possibility of air travellers availing helicopter services to connect them nearer to their homes.
Oct 04, 2016
Delhi International Airport Ltd and Vodafone India partner to provide Wi-FiDelhi International Airport (Pvt) Ltd (DIAL) and Vodafone India have partnered to provide high-speed Wi-Fi services at both terminals of the Indira Gandhi International (IGI) Airport, a company statement said here on Tuesday.
Mar 07, 2016
Govt asks CISF not to take up operational issues directly with airportsCivil Aviation Ministry has asked CISF not to raise operational issues regarding security at Delhi airport directly with Delhi International Airport Limited
Feb 08, 2016
Why are private consortia of Delhi and Mumbai airports averse to CAG audit?Operators of both airports also argue that the Airports Authority of India, which is seeking an audit by the CAG,has not made known any doubts nor sought any clarifications from the board of directors of either airport
May 13, 2015
Delhi airport land deal under CBI scanner for alleged irregularitiesAccording to sources, the 190 acres in question was land which was given by AAI on lease to the GMR-led consortia after it became clear that a Shiva idol and some other impediments will hamper the alignment of one of the runways at the airport.
Apr 14, 2015
AAI could lose Rs 900 cr this fiscal if charges are lowered at Delhi airportThe airport regulator AERA wants to reduce aeronautical charges (levies airlines pay for landing, parking etc) at Delhi airport by a steep 78%. If the Government allows AERA to do this, it is working against itself since it remains a stakeholder in the airport project. But If the Government allows the regulator to maintain aeronautical charges, there could be allegations of hurting airlines' bottomlines.
Feb 05, 2015
AERA proposes to reduce Delhi airport charges by 78 percentAERA has proposed a 78.4 percent reduction in airport charges at the Delhi Airport from February 1