Sudhir Krishna, Secretary of the union urban development ministry informed that the Delhi Airport Metro Express (DAMEPL) will have to bear the debt till the concession agreement is terminated. DAMPEL is the joint venture between Reliance Infrastructure and Construccionesy Auxiliar de Ferrocarriles, SA (CAF) and it operates the metro rail corridor connecting Delhi airport. The joint venture firm recently submitted termination notice to Delhi Metro Rail Corp
Delhi Airport Metro Express (DAMEPL) announced that the Airport Metro line resumed commercial operations at its regular timing from January 22. India's first Airport Express initially started its commercial operation on February 23, 2011.
After a gap of six months, Reliance Infrastructure-run Delhi Airport Metro Express was back on track on January 22, bringing smiles on the faces of commuters looking for seamless travel to the airport. Commercial operations of the 23-km corridor that connects Connaught Place with Terminal-3 of the Indira Gandhi International Airport resumed at 5.30 am and passengers were charged a flat rate of Rs 30 as an inaugural day offer.