India’s Airport Authority Seeks Nod To Spend Funds On Facility Upgrades

Airports Authority of India (AAI) has asked for government approval to spend 200 billion rupees ($4.12 billion) in the next five years to modernize and stimulate traffic at airports across the country. The state-run airport authority, which operates most of the civilian airports in India, plans to...

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