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From Feb 1, flyers will pay to get their baggage scanned at Delhi airport

The charge will be $149.33 for narrow-body aircraft and $209.55 for wide-body aircraft operating on international routes

IANS  |  New Delhi 

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The government has allowed IGI airport's operator to charge X-ray baggage levy from February.

According to Airports Economic Regulatory Authority of India's order dated January 10th, the airport operator Limited will be able to charge the levy in a range from Rs 110 to Rs 880 per aircraft operating on domestic routes

The charge will be $149.33 for narrow-body aircraft and $209.55 for wide-body aircraft operating on international routes.

First Published: Thu, January 17 2019. 00:30 IST
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