KOLKATA: The administration is wanting to bring an aggregate of 200 airplane terminals in the aeronautics organize, Minister of State for Aviation Jayant Sinha said in Kolkata on Monday.
“We have included 33 air terminals as a first round of offering of Udan (Ude Desh ka Aam Naagrik conspire). By September, we will have 108 operational air terminals. The second round of Udan will tag along and we will add more airplane terminals to the rundown of useful air terminals. We would like to close next round of Udan in the following three months. Our expectation is get 200 air terminals over the timeframe,” he said at a collaboration at Bharat Chamber of Commerce.
Depicting the local air availability conspire as both genius poor and star showcase, he said that these destinations have been made by offering seats at Rs. 2,500.
Numerous rounds of offering would be required, Mr Sinha stated, including that the aim of the administration is to decrease the appropriation weight and cost of traveling to the littler towns.