The ministry of civil aviation has announced per Passenger Fee as the bidding criteria for the privatisation of six airports—Ahmedabad, Jaipur, Lucknow, Guwahati, Trivandrum and Mangalore.
According to the request for proposal (RFP) document released on Friday, the bidder quoting the highest per-passenger fee for domestic travellers will be awarded the rights to operate, manage and develop the six non-metro airports.
“The Concessionaire shall broadly be responsible for operations and management of the existing airport assets, as well as for designing, engineering, financing, construction and development of the further/additional air-side, terminal, city-side and land-side infrastructure for the Airport,” the RFP document said. All the six airports are profit making entities for the government. Read more
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