AAI not looking at re-bidding for Jaipur, Trivandrum, Guwahati airports


The Airport Authority of India is not looking at the re-bedding of three state-run airports of Jaipur, Trivandrum and Guwahati, sources close to the development told CNBC-TV18, adding that the Cabinet may take a decision on the airports after some issue are resolved.

On Jul 3, the Union Cabinet approved the proposals for leasing out three major airports of Ahmedabad, Lucknow and Mangaluru for a period of 50 years but did not take up the remaining three airports, leading to confusion whether the remaining three airports will be put up for re-bidding again.

“There is no question of re-bidding as of now. There are some court cases with regard to Trivandrum and Guwahati and in the case of Jaipur Read More

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