“All Dues Paid To Airport Authority Of India (AAI)”, Says AirAsia India

All dues paid to airport authority to 'AirAsia India'

AirAsia’s dues up 14.29 per cent to Rs 2,636.34 crore as on October 31, 202


AirAsia India on Wednesday said it has cleared all its dues to the Airports Authority of India (AAI) and the airline is making all payments as per credit terms on due dates from September 2021.

PTI had reported on December 26 that as per AAI’s internal documents, AirAsia India’s dues to AAI increased from Rs 1.47 crore in January 2020 to Rs 3.58 crore in October 2021.

An airline has to pay for air navigation, landing and parking, to AAI, which is under the Ministry of Civil Aviation, to use the facilities at its airports, numbering more than 100.


An AirAsia India spokesperson told PTI on Wednesday, “We have cleared all our dues as per the contract with AAI. We are making all payments as per the credit terms on the due dates from September and till date there are no dues.” ” Operating costs always increase in proportion to the number of flights operated and the number of guests in flight, the spokesperson noted.

“In this period from September till today, we have paid Rs 59 crore within the due dates as per the policy of the airport authority,” the spokesperson said. India’s six major domestic carriers – IndiGo, SpiceJet, GoAir, AirAsia India, Air India and Vistara – owe AAI Rs 2,306.59 crore as of January 1, 2020, said AAI documents accessed by PTI.

These dues grew by 14.29 per cent to Rs 2,636.34 crore as of October 31, 2021, the documents mentioned.


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