Thursday, October 12, 2017

Kishangarh airport opens, services soon

Ajmer: After almost four decades of efforts, finally Ajmer will be connected to other places by air soon after the Kishangarh Airport was dedicated by Union minister of state for civil aviation Jayant Sinha and chief minister Vasundhara Raje on Wednesday.
The services are expected to start within a week and there will be flight for New Delhi and Udaipur and later the aviation department will increase the flights as per the demand.
Speaking on the occasion, Raje said that the airport reflects the development of Kishangarh, Ajmer and Pushkar. The air services will open the possibility of business in Kishangarh, a marble city and strengthen tourism opportunities in Ajmer and Pushkar.
"We are walking on the path of development and therefore, we are completing the works, which were long pending," said Raje.
She claimed that the Narendra Modi government's dedication and focus on infrastructure development had led to 30 new airports being opened in last three years. She said that airport will have flights to places like Varanasi, Kanpur and Agra.
12/10/17 Times of India

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