In a recent tweet, Jyotiraditya Scindia, the civil aviation minister, announced that the construction of the Ayodhya airport will be finished by September. This update comes as a significant development for the airport project in Ayodhya.
According to the Airport Authority of India (AAI), the first phase of airport operations, which includes night and fog landing facilities, is expected to receive a license from the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) by October of this year. Once the license is obtained, airlines will be able to commence commercial transportation of passengers and goods.
The Ayodhya airport’s terminal building spans across an area of 6,250 square meters. Notably, it will showcase a magnificent depiction of the Ram temple, providing a spiritual experience for passengers. Additionally, the terminal building will feature various aspects of Lord Ram’s life cycle, aiming to promote religious tourism and contribute to regional prosperity.
With a 2,200-meter long runway, the Ayodhya airport will be capable of accommodating the landing and takeoff of aircraft such as Airbus A320, ATR-72, and Bombardier private jets. This infrastructure development will significantly enhance connectivity and accessibility to Ayodhya, facilitating tourism and economic growth in the region.
As the construction nears completion, the Ayodhya airport is poised to become a vital transportation hub, serving both domestic and international travelers. The efforts invested in this project will not only boost tourism but also create new opportunities for regional development and prosperity.
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