After acquiring many airports, now Adani Group has taken over the operations of Jaipur International Airport from today, 11 October 2021.

Last year, the Union Cabinet approved the leasing of three state airports, including Jaipur, Guwahati and Thiruvananthapuram, as part of a public-private partnership, and the Adani Group was the highest bidder for the three airports.

Post approval, Airports Authority of India (AAI) has signed MoU with Adani Group for all the three airports.

It is noteworthy that Adani Group officials were overseeing the operations at Jaipur International Airport for the last two months.

The infrastructure developed in the last five years does not leave much for the private operator, although officials claim that in the coming years, they may develop a third terminal.

A total of 167 employees of AAI will also be absorbed by the Adani Group.

As per the tender terms, the group will have to pay INR 174 for departure and arrival for domestic operations of each passenger and INR 348 for each passenger travelling from international destinations after the firm takes over next year.


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