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1.AAI to levy development fee at non-metro airports

Flying from smaller cities such as Aurangabad, Srinagar and Dehradun is likely to become costlier with the state-owned operator Airports Authority of India (AAI) proposing to levy a user development fee.


2.Six airports to levy UDF

The Centre has allowed the Airports Authority of India (AAI) to levy a user development fee (UDF) at six airports.


3.AAI proposes hike in UDF at Chennai airport

Airports Authority of India (AAI) plans to increase the user development fee (UDF) and landing charges at the Chennai airport.


4.Navi Mumbai Airport project faces costs overruns

The proposed Navi Mumbai International Airport may face cost overruns due to incurring a likely charge of Rs 4,000 per ticket as user development fee, or UDF. The proposed second airport for the Mumbai metropolitan region is being developed as an alternate airport to the existing Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport. The project envisages the first of the three phases completed at a cost of Rs 10,000 crore by 2014. Cost overruns and inflationary spikes due to delay in executing the project


5.Aranmula airportproject gets no co-operation

The UDF Government refuses to co-operate with the proposed private international airport project at Aranmula in Kerala. The work has been stopped by the Southern bench of the National Green Tribunal.


6.Will funding projects through PPP or floating bonds be the ideal way to raise the required money to build smart?

Smart cities have been provided some seed money from the Centre and the state, with some to be generated from their own budget. But the financial requirement still remains huge, as a smart city plan has to benefit the entire city and is not just limited to the area identified for development.