Up Global Investor Summit 2023 : Union Civil Aviation Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia said on Saturday that Uttar Pradesh will soon be number one in domestic air circuits in the country.
Jyotiraditya Skindia stated that the country’s airline sector has been democratically democratized by Prime Minister NarendraModi, making air travel more accessible to all.
Jyotiraditya Skindia, Union civil aviation minister, said Saturday that Uttar Pradesh will soon be number one in domestic air circuits in the country. It is also the most favorable destination for investment.
Jyotiraditya Sindia spoke at the session, titled ‘Civil Aviation In Uttar Pradesh: The Emerging Opportunities,’ on the second day, of the three-day UP Global Investors Summit.
Scindia stated that Uttar Pradesh used to have only two airports. There are currently nine airports in operation in the state.
He said that ten new airports are currently under construction and will soon be operational.
“In addition to these, the process for acquiring land for two additional airports has started. He said that Uttar Pradesh will soon have 21 airports.
He said, “Soon Uttar Pradesh will be number one in the domestic aviation circuit in the country.”
Jyotiraditya Skindia stated that the country’s airline sector has been democratically democratised by Prime Minister NarendraModi, making air travel more accessible to all.
“Ayodhya Kashi, Mathura and Mathura have always shown a path to India. “Uttar Pradesh has been and will remain a priority for the development of India,” Scindia stated.
Nand Gopal Gupta Nandi, Uttar Pradesh’s NRIs and Industrial Development Minister, stated that there would be 21 airports within the state in the coming days. 16 of these will be domestic, and five international.
He said that Uttar Pradesh would soon be the only country with five international airports.
The state’s five international airports will be located in Lucknow (Varanasi), Varanasi (Ayya), Kushinagar, and Jewar in Noida.
During the session, three MoUs were exchanged.
Other participants included SP Goyal, additional chief secretary for Civil Aviation; Daniel Brichter, chairman of YIAPL; Alok Singh CEO of Air India Express, former vice prime minister of Belgium and vice-president of European Investment Bank Chris Peter; Kapil Kaul CEO of CAPA India; and Neelu Khatri, head of operations at Akasa Air.