The process of land acquisition for Maryada Purushottam Shriram Airport to be built in Ayodhya is in progress. 600 acres of land is proposed for the airport here.
Ayodhya: Pradeep Singh Karola, Civil Aviation Secretary, Government of India, reached Ayodhya. He inspected the airport for the construction of the Maryada Purushottam Shriram Airport in Ayodhya and also saw a map of the land being acquired by the district administration. Ayodhya District Collector Anuj Jha also briefed the Civil Aviation Secretary Pradeep Singh Karola about the land being acquired.
Land acquisition process will be completed soon
During this, he told that soon enough land will be acquired. Civil Aviation Secretary Pradeep Singh Karola told that the District Magistrate of Ayodhya has assured that they will soon hand over the land to the Airport Authority.
After this, the Airport Authority will start its work and commercial operation will be started. He told that the runway of the airport will be increased to 2 kilometers, which will also enable ATR aircraft to land on this runway.
Airport will be built on 600 acres of land
Pradeep Singh Karola said that soon, Maryada Purushottam Shriram Airport will be connected to Civil Aviation. In fact, Maryada Purushottam Airport being built in Ayodhya will be the fifth international airport in the state. This airport is proposed on 600 acres of land.
The district administration is engaged in the acquisition of land. Soon the land will be handed over to the Airport Authority by acquiring land, after which the construction of the airport in Ayodhya will begin.
Earlier the length of this runway was kept short, but Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath asked for the length of the runway to be 2 kilometers to make this airport eligible for Boeing 777 aircraft, and also announced the name of the airport. After this, now its name is Maryada Purushottam Shriram Airport.
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