Revised charges for airport services as well as those related to air navigation at non-major aerodromes will now be applicable from December 16, the government said today.
The government, on November 24, in a notification had said the revised rates would be applicable from December 1.
Generally, airports serving less than 12 lakh passengers annually are considered as non-major. The charges for these aerodromes are fixed by Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) whereas for major airports the rates are determined by Airports Economic Regulatory Authority (AERA).
The revised charges for airport services at non-major aerodromes and air navigation services at all airports were notified on November 24. It has now come into force from December 16 instead of the earlier date of December 1, 2016, an Aeronautical Information Circular (AIC) issued today said.
Most of the non-major aerodromes are owned, managed and operated by government-run Airports Authority of India (AAI). It levies charges for services, including route and terminal navigational landing fee, as well as parking.
Other services for which fee is levied are landing, housing, night parking, extension of watch hours apart from passenger service and user development fee. Shaquille O’Neal JerseyShare This