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SpiceJet paying additional amount to AAI to clear outstanding dues
SpiceJet paying additional amount to AAI to clear outstanding dues

No-frills airline SpiceJet, which owes around Rs 100 crore to the national airports operator AAI for various airport charges, has been paying an additional amount over and above the per day billing to clear the outstanding at the earliest, a senior executive said on Friday.

Chennai floods: Returning to normalcy, both day and night flight services resume
Chennai floods: Returning to normalcy, both day and night flight services resume

After the resumption of flight operations partially on Sunday, normalcy is likely to be restored in flood-battered Chennai airport with full-fledged services from Monday.

$12 bn needed to build new airports, expand existing: AAI

AAI also plans to hold a meeting with various state governments once the draft of civil aviation policy is finalised.

Flights to Jammu suspended due to fault on runway

 All flights to Jammu airport were suspended on Friday due to a "technical fault" on the runway, leaving scores of passengers stranded. An official said the operations will resume soon.

AAI asks SpiceJet to pay extra Rs 70 lakh daily to clear dues

The government-owned Airports Authority of India (AAI) has asked SpiceJet to pay an additional Rs 70 lakh per day over and above the daily payment to clear its dues, totaling around Rs 150 crore.

Flights to Delhi between Sept 18-20 rescheduled during air space closure
Flights to Delhi between Sept 18-20 rescheduled during air space closure

Several domestic and international flights to and out of Delhi have been rescheduled for the next three days with the airspace over the capital to be closed 70 minutes daily in view of preparations for the "commemorative carnival" to mark the 1965 Indo-Pak war's 50th anniversary.

Chennai airport modernisation work to take off soon

The modernisation of the city airport, which has been hit by a delay, is set to take off finally with the Airport Authority of India deciding to shortlist a global consultancy firm for the Rs 2,300 crore works to be completed in three years.

State-run AAI plans to explore international markets

Of the 125 AAI-managed airports, 18 also cater to international traffic, 78 are domestic, seven customs airports and 26 civil enclaves at defence airfields.

Indian archers to have Yoga sessions with Baba Ramdev for 2016 Rio Olympics
Indian archers to have Yoga sessions with Baba Ramdev for 2016 Rio Olympics

In a sport like archery where archers need better body positioning, enhance breathing techniques, and above all, an unflinching concentration, Yoga may come handy.

Indian archery team felicitated for Worlds performance
Indian archery team felicitated for Worlds performance

The Archery Association of India (AAI) felicitated its team here on Tuesday for the impressive performance in the recently concluded World Championships.

AAI revenue rose 10% to Rs 2,150 cr last fiscal
AAI revenue rose 10% to Rs 2,150 cr last fiscal

AAI manages some 125 airports in different parts of the country.

IATA to train 4,000 Airports Authority officials

To provide airport management skills training to its staff, Airports Authority of India has joined hands with international air transporters' grouping IATA.

IATA against outright sale of AAI-developed metro airports

Opposing the privatisation of the already-developed four state-run airports in the country, global airlines body IATA on Thursday said that an all-out sale will ramp up costs and will only benefit the operator.

AAI forms committee to probe University Games fiasco

 The Archery Association of India (AAI) on Thursday formed an three-member enquiry committee to investigate into the men's compound archers' failure to turn up at a bronze medal play-off in the World University Games held earlier this month in Gwangju, Korea.

Archery Association of India sends showcause notice to University Games missing archers
Archery Association of India sends showcause notice to University Games missing archers

The Archery Association of India (AAI) today issued a show-cause notice to the archers and coaching staff of the Indian men's compound team after they failed to turn up for a bronze medal play-off match in the recently-held World University Games.

AAI employee remanded to two days police custody

Airport Authority of India Supervisor Aji Kumar, the main accused in the case relating to June 10 clashes at Karipur airport between CISF personnel and AAI staff leading to the death of CISF jawan, was today remanded to two days police custody.

Cases registered against 100 CISF personnel

 Police have registered cases against 100 CISF personnel in connection with the clashes at Karipur airport between central security personnel and Airport Authority of India (AAI) staff, leading to the death of a jawan on June 10.

CISF personnel killed at Kozhikode airport

A Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) personnel was shot dead and three others were injured at the international airport here on Wednesday night, police sources said.

Denied US visa, AAI withdraws archers from World Youth C'ship
Denied US visa, AAI withdraws archers from World Youth C'ship

Livid after 21 members of its 31-strong team were denied US visas, the Archery Association of India (AAI) on Friday decided to withdraw from the World Youth Archery Championships in that country as a mark of protest.

Project underway to make Agartala airport international: AAI Chief

 The Airports Authority of India (AAI) is upgrading Agartala airport to international standards by providing world-class facilities, top official said here.