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Adani airports handle over one million tonnes cargo in FY2024

International cargo tonnage was 662,258 tonnes, up 9% YoY; top commodities included auto, pharma & perishables

Adani airports handle over one million tonnes cargo in FY2024
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Adani Airport Holdings (AAHL) handled one million tonnes of air cargo in the financial year 2023-2024 (April 2023 to March 2024), an increase of seven percent from last year.

"AAHL facilitated 1,013,115 tonnes of cargo in FY2023-24, capturing 30.1 percent market share," says an official release.

Over 65 percent of the cargo managed by AAHL was international, the release added. "The international cargo tonnage amounted to 662,258 tonnes, an increase of nine percent compared to previous fiscal's 606,348 tonnes."

Temperature-controlled pharma handling terminal at Mumbai Airport

Temperature-controlled pharma handling terminal at Mumbai Airport

The cargo operations were driven by automobiles, pharmaceuticals, perishables, electricals/electronics, and engineering goods. "They were efficiently handled across the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport (Mumbai), the Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport (Ahmedabad), the Chaudhary Charan Singh International Airport (Lucknow), the Thiruvananthapuram International Airport, the Mangaluru International Airport, the Lokpriya Gopinath Bordoloi International Airport (Guwahati) and the Jaipur International Airport."

The major international destinations for cargo included Germany, Netherlands, the United Arab Emirates, the United Kingdom and the United States of America, the release added.

At Adani Airport Holdings, we have been consistently setting new benchmarks for operational efficiency," says Arun Bansal, CEO, AAHL. "The cargo terminals have achieved a remarkable milestone, handling over one million tonnes this fiscal year. This achievement solidifies our position as key facilitators in both international and domestic airfreight operations in India.”

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