Ayodhya Flights: Ayodhya is going to get the gift of 8 new flights, it is going to start from this day

Ayodhya Flights: Ayodhya is going to get the gift of 8 new flights, it is going to start from this day

There is a good news for the people who want to visit the Ram Janmabhoomi temple built in Ayodhya. Soon this city is going to get the gift of new flights. Now eight new flights are going to start for Ayodhya.

Starting of flights for these cities

The Civil Aviation Ministry made an official statement on Tuesday about these new flights to Ayodhya. Gave information in. It was told in the statement that these eight new flights to Ayodhya will be launched on February 1. These flights will be for Ayodhya and Delhi, Chennai, Ahmedabad, Jaipur, Patna, Darbhanga, Mumbai and Bengaluru. This will improve the air connectivity of Ayodhya and the movement of pilgrims will be easier. These flights will be started by Union Civil Aviation Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia.

Tourism increased in Ayodhya due to the temple

Ayodhya on 22nd January this month

Airport inaugurated before the temple

The completion of the temple will boost tourism in Ayodhya, it is said that The expectation was already being expressed. Keeping this in mind, the government had already made preparations. Before the inauguration of the temple, Ayodhya has got the gift of a new airport and railway station. Prime Minister Narendra Modi had recently inaugurated the new airport built in Ayodhya, which has been named Maharishi Valmiki International Airport.

Ayodhya Airport is so big

The first phase of the new international airport of Ayodhya has been prepared at a cost of more than Rs 1,450 crore. It has been prepared by the Airport Authority of India. The airport terminal building is built in 6,500 square meters and has the capacity to handle about 10 lakh passengers annually.

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