The AAI now has 55 airports across India which are single-use plastic free in a bid to improve the environmental viability of the airports.
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Indian airports set for digital revolution as the Digi Yatra biometrics system intends to make passenger experience as seamless as possible.
The Indian state of Sikkim has opened the doors to its first airport, Pakyong Airport, inaugurated by Narendra Modi at Pakyong on the 24th September 2018.
AAI is, according to a senior official, in the process of realising a vision of expanding the use of its expertise all over the world.
16 October 2014 | By SITA
More than 50 million passengers at 25 airports across India can now use SITA’s common-use self-service technology to check in at the airport quickly and easily. The Airports Authority of India (AAI) has collaborated with the air transport IT specialist to deploy this new technology as part of its ongoing…
19 February 2013 | By SITA
Airports Authority of India upgrades to SITA’s passenger management systems...
24 May 2012 | By Airports Council International (ACI)
“I am very impressed by the strides that are being made by airport managers worldwide..."
8 August 2011 | By V.P. Agrawal, Chairman, Airports Association of India (AAI)
As a result of the influx of air traffic in the past decade, AAI have embarked upon a plan to modernise and upgrade its airports with two aims; firstly, to not only match but to keep on top of the increase of air traffic, and secondly, to create world class…