Friday, 17 March 2017

Around 25 airport have reached their peak utilization

The Indian Government has said that twenty-five operational airports in the country have almost reached or nearing their optimum utilization, and steps have been taken to bring their capacity as per the traffic demand. Commenting on the issue, Minister of State for Civil Aviation, Jayant Sinha told the media that the existing infrastructure capacity at Indian airports is sufficient to meet the traffic demand. As per reports, there are 77 operational airports in the country. 

He also informed the House that based on traffic growth at the existing airports, Airports Authority of India (AAI) has prepared a plan for investment of Rs 17,500 crore for capacity enhancement by upgrade of infrastructure at operational airports, revival of non-operational airports, strengthening of Air Navigation Services (ANS) infrastructure, installation of solar power plants, among others. The government has granted "in principle" approval for setting up of the 18 greenfield airports besides granting "site clearance" approval for setting up of five greenfield airports, Sinha said.

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