India’s lack of airport regulation has become a severe handicap; a vital role for the AERA

India’s airports have suffered from decades of neglect and underinvestment. When the Naresh Chandra Committee presented its report to the Ministry of Civil Aviation in November 2003, it remarked frankly that the country’s “passenger airports are for the most part an embarrassment”.

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