Thursday, March 10, 2011

Airlines owe Rs 1,122 crore to AAI

Airlines operating within the country owe Rs 1,122 crore to Airports Authority of India, Lok Sabha was informed today.

The dues of Airports Authority of India (AAI) against Air India as on January 31, 2011 are Rs 720 crore, Minister of Civil Aviation Vayalar Ravi mentioned inside a written reply.

For Kingfisher, the figure is Rs 257.62 crore, Go Airlines - Rs 6.77 crore, Interglobe Aviation Ltd. (Indigo)- Rs 13.29 crore, Jet Airways - Rs 38.49 crore, Jet Lite (India) Ltd Rs 13.96 crore, Spicejet Ltd - Rs 16.99 crore and Paramount Airways - Rs 4.88 crore.

For others modest or non-operating airlines the dues stand at 50.13 crore.

He mentioned the matter of pending dues is taken up by the AAI with respective airlines from time to time .

The Minister mentioned steps have been taken to increase the facilities at the airports which include modernisation of Chennai and Kolkata Airports, development of 35 non-metro airports of the terminal buildings having state-of-the-art passenger facilities, user friendly amenities, very good ambiance and satellite based navigation system.

4 comments:

  1. Its very knowledgeable information about airlines that The dues of Airports Authority of India (AAI) against Air India as on January 31, 2011 are Rs 720 crore, Minister of Civil Aviation Vayalar Ravi mentioned inside a written reply.

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  2. The information is very informative about airlines. It is quite surprising that the dues of Airports Authority of India (AAI) against Air India as on January 31, 2011 are Rs 720 crore, is being mentioned by Minister of Civil Aviation Vayalar Ravi.

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  3. It is very interesting that New Delhi, Mar 9 (PTI) Airlines operating in the country owe Rs 1,122 crore to Airports Authority of India. It is really striking news. I hope everything would be fine.

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  4. The information is very informative about airlines. However, it seems as if the Minister is doing a good job and I think they will definitely increase the facilities at the airports.

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