AISATS to pump more money into capital airport

There is still room to go, says CEO of joint venture

AISATS, a joint venture of Air India and Singapore Airport Terminal Services, is keen to invest more at the airport here as “there is still room to go.”

Disclosing this to The Hindu here on Monday, Willy Ko Tuck Chong, Chief Executive Officer, AISATS, said that of the Rs. 20 crore already pumped in, Rs. 15 crore was to enhance services and Rs. 5 crore to buy ground-handling equipment.

“Meeting the set targets and guidelines of the Airports Authority of India and IATA is a proof of service since we commenced operations in the country in 2008. The services provided is on a par with world class with the baggage presentation time going up to 95 per cent and online departure touching 99 per cent on an average during the past six months,” Mr. Chong said.

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