Indian airlines are complaining about the high fees for Delhi International Airport’s new Terminal 3 (T3) that opened five months ago. Operator Delhi International Airport Ltd (DIAL), says the higher fees are justified thanks to the extra facilities. “We provide a lot more clean offices here and also provide them one point for various services like couriers, and that comes at a cost,” said a spokesperson. DIAL is a joint venture led by the Bangalore-headquartered GMR Group, with state-owned Airports Authority of India, Germany’s Fraport and Malaysian Airport Holdings. Airlines says they have to pay higher rates for food because

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