Airports Regulator, Indian Airlines See Fuel Cost Savings From Joint Venture

The Airports Authority of India (AAI) plans to tie up with local airlines and state-run oil companies to meet the fuel requirements of domestic airlines. The AAI, which operates 125 airports in the country, will hold a 13% stake in the joint venture, “with other stakes being held by different...

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