New Delhi: The Airports Authority of India has drawn up a road map for generating revenues from non-traffic activity, apart from working on ways to enhance regional air connectivity.
It owns and maintains 125 airports, including civil enclaves, and provides air navigation services at all airports across the country.
AAI Chairman Sudhir Raheja said it has drawn up a "road map for generation of non-traffic revenue, marketing strategy, making available airport infrastructure in every nook and corner of the country", according to an official release.
Many airport operators worldwide have increased their share of non-traffic revenues by as much as 50 percent.
The airport operator will focus on promoting the regional connectivity scheme as well as work towards training and re-training people, he added.
Raheja was speaking at AAI's annual day function here on Friday.