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Flying from IGI Airport gets cheaper
Financial Express

Flying from IGI Airport gets cheaper

The airports tariff regulator Airports Economic Regulatory Authority (AERA) had in February issued an order directing DIAL to discontinue DF from May 1, after having allowed it to levy DF through a December 2012 order. (Source: IE) Flying out of ... Financial Express, 1 month ago
BOM: Tariff Hike for Airport Takes Effect Sept. 30, 3 weeks ago
Guess what? Flying out of IGI airport just got cheaper! Business Insider India, 1 month ago

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Daily Times Nigeria

New aviation regulations to take effect from July; as FAAN instates runway safety team

Nigerian airport ANTHONY OMOH The Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) has revealed that the new Nigeria Civil Aviation Regulations (Nig.CARs) promulgated in December, 2015, will take effect from 1st July, 2016. This revelation was contained ...
 Global Patriot News1 month ago Usman: Economic Downturn Has Not Impinged on NCAA Operations  This Day Online1 week ago Issues As FG Searches For NCAA DG  Leadership1 month ago Singapore Academy Trains Safety Inspectors in Nigeria  This Day Online2 days ago

Air Transport: Current Topics in Latin America and the Caribbean: Regulation and Economics

Author Fioravanti, Reinaldo; Granada, Isabel; Rodriguez Molina, Raúl; Veverka, Jacob; Ortiz, Paola; Café, Eduardo; IMG Rebel The aviation sector is growing rapidly in Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) and is expected to continue ...
 Inter-American Development Bank1 month ago
Financial Express


According to Inamdar, in case of Bengaluru and Hyderabad According to Inamdar, in case of Bengaluru and Hyderabad airports, for which non-aeronautical revenues account for 23-25 per cent, the cash accruals would improve by 16 per cent resulting in ...
 Times of India1 day ago Expansion of RGIA airport on anvil  Nbmcw.com1 month ago Hyderabad airport awaits regulator nod for expansion  Hindu Business Line1 month ago Hyderabad airport awaits Aera nod for expansion  Hindu Business Line1 month ago

Model for airport fees may increase passenger fares

The higher costs could kick in soon at 13 major airports including Chennai The civil aviation policy's adoption of a hybrid-till model for calculating airport fees could push up airfares, by raising airport charges for airlines instead of ...
 The Hindu6 days ago Many flaws in Mumbai airport PPP  Hindu Business Line1 month ago Airports to get boost via hybrid model  Rediff.com2 months ago

IATA says new policy will increase charges, make airport regulator toothless

IATA says policy change will impact the basis for tariff determination for private airports in India, and also signal AAI to switch from the single till approach used currently, to the hybrid till New Delhi: The world's largest grouping of airlines, ...
 Livemint.com5 days ago Govt grounds AAI's proposal to raise charges  The Financial Chronicle1 week ago
Financial Express

Outlines of the new tariff policy and the current issues in tariff regulation

21-06-2016 | 08:48 These were the main items on the agenda of the Round Table on tariff regulation on 16 June 2016 in Tomsk, chaired by Deputy Head of FAS Anatoly Golomolzin. Attendees included the Heads and staff of tariff regulators in the ... days ago Airport tariff regulator to prevent inflating costs  Asian Age1 week ago AERA moots tentative ceiling for airports' capital costs  Times of India1 week ago AERA comes out with tentative ceiling for airports capital costs  New Delhi Pioneer1 week ago

Taxis charged by Delhi airport authorities, High Court askswhy

The Delhi High Court Tuesday asked Delhi International Airport Ltd (DIAL) to explain how it had imposed entry charges of Rs 150 on commercial passenger vehicles entering the airport arrivals area. Radio cab company Magic Sewa had approached the ...
 Yahoo! India1 month ago Under which authority you are levying entry fee: HC to DIAL  Press Trust of India1 month ago GMR reluctant to share info with AAI on DIAL accounts?  Economic Times1 month ago
DNA India

Know The User Development Fee (UDF) Which Is Charged At Various Airports

User Development Fee (UDF) is one of the many fee and tax paid by air passengers. UDF is charged at various airports and the rate of UDF varies from airport to airport based on various factors. Delhi airport charges the highest UDF for domestic ...
 The Logical Indian1 month ago Airlines to refund development fee charged for journeys after April 30  DNA India1 month ago Development Fee For Indira Gandhi Airport Passengers Will Be Refunded From April 30  NDTV1 month ago Airlines have to refund IGIA DF for post-April 30 flights  Millennium Post1 month ago

SC refers Delhi airport tariff case to tribunal

Indian airlines allege that DIAL is charging higher fees even though the tariff regulator had ordered a downward revision in airport charges for the 2014-19 period Mumbai: Passengers flying out of New Delhi's Indira Gandhi International (IGI) ...
 Livemint.com1 month ago Domestic airlines cry foul as GMR refuses to budge on tariff revision  Livemint.com1 month ago
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