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Progressed from 71st position in 2020 to 64th position in 2021 among the World’s top 100 airports
Based on a tip off, the DRI team intercepted the Tanzanian passenger after he reached the airport by a flight from Johannesburg via Doha early on Monday.
According to the officials, the gold was concealed in the washroom of the aircraft which reached Hyderabad from Cochin.
The currencies - USD, Omani Riyal, Saudi Riyal and UAE Dirhams - were concealed in savoury packets in the baggage of the passenger at the international airport.
With an initial capacity of 12 million passengers per annum (MPPA), the airport at present is in the mode of expansion to enhance its capacity to cater to over 34 MPPA
Sale of Airport Authority of India's (AAI) remaining stake in the four airports as also 13 more airports have been identified for privatisation in 2021-22 fiscal.
The passenger was detained when he arrived from Sharjah by flight G9458 with 672 grams of gold paste concealed in his specially designed slippers
The gold concealed in the form of paste was recovered during checking from the passenger who had arrived from Dubai.
The city’s international airport has received the award in the Asia-Pacific region for 2020, in the 15-25 million passengers per annum (MPPA) category.
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