Monday, July 11, 2022

Million Wings To Fly: Deoghar Airport Set To Bring New Dawn In Bihar-Jharkhand

People of Deoghar, Jharkhand will wake up to a new dawn as the much-awaited Baba Baidyanath Dham international airport, built at an estimated cost of around Rs 400 crores will be thrown open to the public on July 12, Tuesday. The airport won’t come as a boon only for the devotees and pilgrims who visit Baidhyanath Dham darshan (one of the twelve jyotirlingas) but would also help people from the North-Eastern side of Jharkhand and South-Eastern districts of Bihar such as Jamui, Banka, Dumka, Godda, Giridih and Deoghar. The airport was a long demand for locals as currently there are only 2 main airports serving the two states—Bihar and Jharkhand. People have to travel almost 8 to 10 hours by road to reach Deoghar from Patna or Ranchi.

Spread over 654 acres, the airport has been primarily developed to serve the region (North-Eastern part of Jharkhand) and some districts of Bihar. This will be the second international airport in Jharkhand after the Birsa Munda International Airport, Ranchi.


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