New Delhi: Flying in and out of Delhi may soon get cheaper with incoming passengers no longer required to pay any User Development Fee (UDF). Even the UDF for outbound flyers—which went up to Rs 1,131 (without taxes) per passenger—is now slashed to Rs 10 and Rs 45 for domestic and international flyers, respectively.
Domestic passengers departing from the Indira Gandhi International airport will now have to pay a UDF of Rs 10, as against the levy of Rs 275-550 earlier. International passengers will have to pay Rs 45, down from Rs 635-1,270.
Both domestic and international passengers landing in Delhi will not have to pay the UDF anymore. This translates into a saving of Rs 233-466 for the former and that of Rs 518-1,048 for the latter, as per sources.