NEW DELHI, April 25 (Bernama) -– Flying to Delhi will be more expensive
from May 15 as the Airports Economic Regulatory Authority of India has approved
a 345 per cent passenger fee hike at the Delhi airport, Indian media reported.
The hike sees an increase of between INR 250 (RM14.30) to INR 600 (RM34.35)
for domestic passengers. International passengers have to pay between INR 570
(RM34.64) to INR 1,400 (RM80.16) extra, according to earlier estimates, NDTV
Currently, a domestic passenger pays around INR 200 (RM11.45) as user
development free (UDF), while international passengers pay as much as INR 1,200
(RM68.70), it said.
The Delhi International Airport (P) Ltd (DIAL) is a joint venture consortium
of GMR Group, Airports Authority of India, Fraport and Malaysia Airports
Holdings Bhd (MAHB).
The airport, run by GMR Group, had sought a 774 per cent hike in user
development fee citing mounting losses. -- BERNAMA