Customs department unhappy over space allotment at Surat airport
| Thursday | 17th May, 2018
We will not be able to get customs notification given the fact that the terminal building infrastructure is not enough for conducting smooth customs operations.
The AAI must immediately sanction terminal expansion at Surat airport in order to facilitate passengers as well as customs facilities.”
Navsari MP had with much fanfare announced last month that the Central Government will be approving the customs notified status for limited international flight operations from Surat airport within a week.
The requirement of staff includes one deputy or an assistant commissioner, four superintendents, four inspectors and two sepoys.
SURAT : The customs department is unhappy over allotment of space by Airports Authority of India AAI ) at Surat airport for their smooth operations at the proposed international airport.In a reply under the Right to Information (RTI) Act, deputy commissioner of customs, Surat division, R K Tiwari stated that during inspection visit of customs officials at Surat airport on April 4, 2018, for the proposed customs airport, the AAI authorities agreed to allocate six cabins on the ground floor on arrival side and one cabin on the first floor for the purpose of warehouse for the goods seized and detained.
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