Delhi International Airport reports non-aeronautical revenue now accounts for 65% of total revenue
Indian airports are increasingly looking toward non-aeronautical avenues, such as commercial rentals, on-premise advertising and car parking charges to raise revenue amid the traffic downturn and to support extensive upgrade projects. This has now been the focus of many new and modernised airport business models. [1186 words]
Unlock the following content in this report:
- Seeks to increase airport charges for the second time this year
- Collection of ADF well within the law
- Overtakes Mumbai Airport as the country’s busiest airport
- Second Delhi airport at Meerut
- Expands cargo facility
Graphs and data:
- MIAL, DIAL and GHIAL’s revenue share of non-aeronautical sources: three months ended 30-Jun-2009
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