85.1 crore, respectively, during the same period, MoS for civil aviation KC Venugopal said. He said the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) had downgraded India’s safety ratings “primarily due to” insufficient number of regular flight operation inspectors (FOIs) in DGCA, resulting in its “inability to have effective safety oversight” of airline operators. He said the FAA downgrade would not have any impact on Air India’s joining Star Alliance. The global airlines grouping “has confirmed that the FAA safety assessment is a matter for the respective governments and aviation authorities and the downgrade has no direct impact on the planned integration of Air India into Star Alliance,” Venugopal said. On the Delhi International Airport (DIAL), Venugopal said till 2012-13, DIAL had earned Rs 9,716.84 crore, of which Rs 4,468.77 crore was the share of the Airports Authority of India.