GHIAL was recognised with ‘National Energy Leader’ and ‘Excellent Energy Efficient Unit’ accolades for the third and fifth years in a row, respectively.
Agitated over the delay, some passengers started arguing with the authorities concerned, while others tweeted about their ordeal.
The daily passenger volume flowing through the Hyderabad International Airport has almost tripled in the past two months.
According to the airport authorities, from around 10,000 passengers on June 1, the number of passengers increased almost three times and crossed 29000 on a single day, on July 18.
These additional RETs will support the objective of enhancing runway capacity from the current 36 to 45 plus aircraft movements per hour.
The GMR Hyderabad International Airport Ltd (GHIAL) has collaborated with technology partner AllGoVision Technologies in this endeavour.
According to officials of GMR-led GHIAL, the ACI’s Green Airports Recognition programme promotes best environmental practices to minimise aviation industry’s impact on the environment.
This new service at the airport will offer renting of power banks for passengers who do not carry a charger.
According to officials, the airport has won recognition for its efforts to cut green emissions and won the Gold award in Telangana State Energy Conservation Awards in 2020.