There will be a direct flight to Mumbai from Gaya Airport from December 25.
So far, Gaya Airport in Bihar is of international standard. At present the runway of this airport is 228686 meters and land acquisition is being done to increase it to 100 meters.
In addition, IndiGo has already obtained permission to operate flights to Kolkata and Bangalore. Air India’s services to Kolkata-Gaya-Benaras and Delhi are also likely to be restored. Therefore, the number of airlines at Gaya Airport is likely to increase in the coming days. At the same time, an Indigo representative said that a minimum fare of Rs 53 lakh would have to be paid for the journey to Mumbai. At the same time, it will cost around Rs 4,400 per passenger for Delhi and Rs 7,800 per passenger for Kolkata via Delhi.
Gaya is the only international airport in Bihar
So far, Gaya Airport in Bihar is of international standard. At present the runway of this airport is 228686 meters and it is in the process of land acquisition to increase the acquisition by 100 meters. During the tourist season from October to February, a number of international airlines, including Thailand, Sri Lanka and Myanmar, start regular flights with Indian airlines, but Corona has not yet started international flights this year. The airport has suffered huge revenue losses this year due to non-resumption of international flights. It is worth noting that due to good arrangements at the airport, their special flights flew to Bihar and Jharkhand when the President and PM’s program landed at the airport and then by air force helicopter. Is taken to the venue. During the air journey, passengers from all over Bihar go to Jeddah from Gaya Airport.
Construction of the International Freight Terminal will begin soon
Plans to build a cargo terminal to ship goods such as fruits, vegetables and milk at Gaya airport have also been approved. In this regard, Airport Director Dilip Kumar said that the meeting of the Advisory Committee chaired by MP Vijay Kumar was discussed at a fast pace in the cargo terminal meeting.
Due to the construction of a cargo terminal here, fruits, flowers, vegetable milk and processed products produced in Bihar can be exported to other states in the country as well as to Middle East and South East Asian countries. Space has been reserved for the cargo terminal at Charoa Mola. There is still some encroachment on this account, DM Abhishek Singh has formed a committee to remove it and work on terminating the cargo terminal will start as soon as this space is encroached upon.