AAI finds Adani firms violating norms; Group begins making changes

AAI finds Adani firms violating norms; Group begins making changes

Adani Group companies have started making changes in brandings and displays in order to bring them in accordance with the concession agreements that they had signed with the AAI.

New Delhi, July 21

Three committees of the Centre-run Airports Authority of India (AAI) in January found the Adani Group to be in violation of branding norms, prescribed in the concession agreements, at the airports in Ahmedabad, Mangaluru and Lucknow that the conglomerate took over last year.

Consequently, the Adani Group companies have started making changes in brandings and displays in order to bring them in accordance with the concession agreements that they had signed with the AAI.

As on June 29, the changes in brandings and displays were in process at Lucknow and Manglauru airports and had been completed at the Ahmedabad airport, the AAI said.

The Adani Group won the bids to run the aforementioned three airports in February 2019. The group companies then then took charge of these airports in October and November 2020. — PTI

Branding rules

As on June 29, the changes in brandings and displays were in process at Lucknow and Manglauru airports and had been completed at the Ahmedabad airport, the AAI said

The Adani Group won the bids to run the aforementioned three airports in February 2019

The group took charge of these airports in October and November 2020

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