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Bengaluru Airport Authority slashed UDF at Airport

Bengaluru Airport Authority slashed UDF at Airport
Bengaluru Airport Authority slashed UDF at Airport
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According to sources at the Kempegowda International Airport in Bengaluru, flight tickets are going to be cheaper than what they used to be, as the airport authorities have slashed the user development fee (UDF) at the airport. Meanwhile with this, flight tickets from September 16 will be cheaper by Rs 1,137 for international bookings, and domestic bookings will cost Rs 245 lesser per ticket.



As per report the new UDFs set by the Airports Economic Regulatory Authority of India (AERA), the nodal agency of air tariffs in India, are Rs 400 for international tickets and Rs 100 for domestic bookings, Currently, UDF for international flights are as high as Rs 1,537 while that of domestic flights are Rs 384. Moreover the AERA has also planned that the UDF will again be raised gradually post April 1, 2019 and April 1, 2020.  Meanwhile in 2019, the UDF for international flights will be Rs 558 and that of domestic bookings will be Rs 139.

Bengaluru Airport Authority slashed UDF at Airport

Furthermore from 2020, the same for international flights will be Rs 716 and domestic flights will be Rs 179 which is still lower than the present rates. Moreover the quarter also witnessed cargo operations scaling a record 97,486 metric tonnes of Cargo were processed in three months, representing 16.6% more than 83,584 metric tonnes handled in the first three months of FY 2017.

Bengaluru Airport Authority slashed UDF at Airport

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