Source: News Bharati English28 Nov 2016 11:06:42

New Delhi, November 28: The Airports Authority of India (AAI) will go cashless for paying parking charges at the airports from Tuesday in support of the government’s digital payment campaign.
The free car parking services provided by AAI from November 14 midnight, will come to an end from Monday midnight at all airports. Digital payment will immediately be made available as stated by India’s largest airport operator.

AAI statement said, “AAI will commence accepting car parking charges through e-payment transactions using Debit/Credit Cards, Paytm, freecharge and other digital payment methods from Monday midnight.”

“Hope that travellers and airport users do get the required facilitations at the airports,” the statement said.

From November 29 AAI will resume fee for car parking, which it had temporarily withdrawn from the midnight of November14, through e-payment transactions at all its operational airports across the nation. There are 75 operational airports, including six run under joint ventures.

Post demonetization drive has begun people are facing cash crunch. It has become difficult to transact due to cash woes. This action is being executed in order to help air travellers and airport users and support the governments initiative to eradicate black money at the same time.