The event payment fees for outbound flights from Mumbai — Rs 120 for home and Rs 720 for worldwide locations — will proceed until March 31, 2022, in accordance with stories.
The tariff order that was anticipated to finish on March has been prolonged by a yr as a result of covid-19 hit journey restrictions, in accordance with a Occasions of India report. The choice will likely be reviewed in December.
The Airports Financial Regulatory Authority (AERA) had allowed Mumbai Worldwide Airport Ltd (MIAL) to levy a payment of Rs 100 and Rs 600 on every outgoing home and worldwide passengers in 2012 in a bid to cowl the airport venture’s deficit financing of Rs 3,845 crore. The order was revised in 2016 and an additional Rs 20 for home passengers and Rs 120 for worldwide flyers was imposed until March 31, 2021, to assist accumulate Rs 518 crore to finance the metro works within the metropolis.
In view of the income hit because of the covid-19 pandemic, the AERA in an order final week mentioned the Mumbai airport authority requested an extension as a result of shortfall within the assortment of each the levies. The Airports Authority of India (AAI) confirmed that as on March 31, 2020, Rs 524.6 crore are but to be collected beneath venture DF, and, a deficit of Rs 102.7 crore is to be collected beneath metro DF.
Noting that the variety of home and worldwide fell by 76.four per cent and 91.9 per cent between April 2020 and January 2021, the order mentioned the deficit will unable to be met by March 31.