Ayodhya Takes Flight: Minister Scindia flags off flight from Ayodhya to Ahmedabad

The event was graced by Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, Tourism and Culture Minister Jayveer Singh, Ayodhya MP Lallu Singh, and Ahmedabad MP Dr Kirit Solanki.

Ayodhya Takes Flight: Minister Scindia flags off flight from Ayodhya to Ahmedabad

New Delhi: Ayodhya's wings have officially spread wider! Union Minister of Civil Aviation and Steel, Shri Jyotiraditya M Scindia flagged off the direct flights from Ahmedabad to Ayodhya via New Delhi, granting the holy city three weekly connections to the vibrant Gujarati hub.

The event was graced by Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, Tourism and Culture Minister Jayveer Singh, Ayodhya MP Lallu Singh, and Ahmedabad MP Dr Kirit Solanki.

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Gateway to the Region's Ethos, Culture, and History

More than just convenience, the new flight symbolizes the burgeoning aviation sector in Uttar Pradesh. Minister Scindia, echoing Prime Minister Modi's vision, emphasized that airports are not just concrete hubs, but gateways to a region's soul. The outer structure of the Maharshi Valmiki International Airport draws inspiration from the Ram Temple.

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Growth of Civil Aviation Sector in Uttar Pradesh

The past nine years have witnessed a remarkable aviation transformation in Uttar Pradesh. From a mere 6 airports in 2014, the state boasts 10 now, with Ayodhya's recent addition. By February, five more airports will take flight in Azamgarh, Aligarh, Moradabad, Shravasti, and Chitrakoot. By year-end, Jewar's international airport will join the ranks, propelling the state's total to a staggering 19.

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