In the wake of the cash crunch following demonetization, the Airports Authority of India (AAI) on Sunday announced it has put in place a digital payment system for car parking charges at all its airports that would commence e-transactions from November 29. Consequently, free car parking services provided with effect from November 14 will end on the midnight of November 28 at all operational airports, the AAI said in a release here. Also Read - FIR filed against Twitter India again, now over child pornography contentAlso Read - Mi Notebook Pro X to be Xiaomi's most expensive laptop yet, launch tomorrow
“In the wake of new currency crisis arising due to demonetization of Rs 500 & 1,000 notes, AAI has evolved a digital payment mechanism at all its operational airports and commences accepting car parking charges through e-payment transactions using debit/credit cards, Paytm, Freecharge and other digital payment methods with effect from the midnight of 28th November, 2016,” it said.
“Now, with effect from 29th November, 2016, AAI resumes charges/fee for car parking through e-payment transactions at all its operational airports across the nation,” it added. ALSO READ: Soon you can use MobiKwik mobile wallet to pay for tolls on national highways