Union civil aviation minister Hardeep Singh Puri
NEW DELHI: Union civil aviation minister Hardeep Singh Puri will stop by the conditions Bihar and Jharkhand to critique Darbhanga and Deoghar airports on September 12.
“Airports Authority of India (AAI) is growing these airports. Together with the operationalization of those airports, the air connectivity of this area is going to be improved. Further, it is going to provide an impetus to local tourism and also will create employment in the area. These airports, during connectivity and enhanced economic activity, could lead to the general economic development of the people of those areas,”Aviation Ministry said in a statement.
Lately Puri seen Kushinagar airport at Uttar Pradesh. He also reviewed the progress of growth of the airport and also held constructive talks with UP Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath about the problems pertaining to civil aviation infrastructure and connectivity.
The press note stated, AAI is growing the civil enclave in Darbhanga for the commencement of civil flight operations such as Delhi, Mumbai and Bengaluru beneath Regional Connectivity Scheme. Building of this Interim Terminal Building of airport having a region of 1400 sqm., is complete. The terminal construction with six check counters are going to have the ability to manage 100 passengers in peak hours together with all essential passenger comforts.
The job for the strengthening of runway for adapting Boeing 737-800 kind of aircraft, building of fresh Apron with connecting taxiway and linking road is in full swing and shortly the airport will be prepared for civil operations.
The press note stated the Darbhanga airport belongs to the IAF and property was passed over to AAI for growth of this interim civil enclave including structure of Pre-fab terminal construction along with related amenities car park, linking road community, strengthening of runway and dispersal region to appeal to the planned aircraft and structure of a hyperlink cab track in the price of Rs. 92 Crore. The Foundation for its Interim Civil Enclave in Darbhanga was on December 24, 2018.
Deoghar Airport in Jharkhand has been developed by AAI, in cooperation with the Defence Research and Development Organization (DRDO) and State Authorities. The evolution of airport together with project cost of Rs. 401. 34 Crore is underway and will be finished very soon. The airport is going to be dispersed across 653. 75 acres of property and its own Terminal Building has been constructed in a place of 4000 sq meter.
Using a 2500-meter-long aircraft, the airport will probably be acceptable for performance of Air Bus 320 type of aircraft. With environment-friendly architectural layout and advanced passenger centers, the terminal construction is going to be a composite construction motivated from the Shikhars of this Baidyanath Temple, ” it stated.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi set the foundation stone to the growth of Deoghar Airport via a video connection from an occasion in Sindri, Jharkhand on May 25, 2018. Deoghar Airport is the second airport in Jharkhand following Ranchi, the press note added.