PM Narendra Modi to Inaugurate 16 Airport Projects, UP Leads with 5

PM Narendra Modi to Inaugurate 16 Airport Projects, UP Leads with 5

PM Narendra Modi to Inaugurate 16 Airport Projects, UP Leads with 5. (Getty)

PM Modi makes history, inaugurating 16 airports on March 10, with Uttar Pradesh leading at 5. A significant leap for India’s aviation sector and connectivity.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi is set to inaugurate 16 airport projects marking a significant milestone in India’s aviation sector.

Having said that, PM Modi will virtually inaugurate airports from Azamgarh on March 10, showcasing a commitment to widespread development and connectivity.

Uttar Pradesh is set to receive a major boost with the inauguration of five new airports, underlining the government’s commitment to promoting regional development. The list of inaugurated projects also includes foundation stone-laying ceremonies for upcoming ventures.

The airports to be inaugurated by PM Modi include new terminal buildings and entirely new facilities in cities like Pune, Gwalior, Lucknow, Delhi (T1), Kolhapur, Jabalpur, Aligarh, Azamgarh, Chitrakoot, Moradabad, Shravasti, and Adampur. Meanwhile, foundation stones will be laid for future projects in Hubbali, Kadapa, Varanasi, and Belgavi.

Jyotiraditya Scindia, the Union Civil Aviation Minister, is closely monitoring the progress of these development projects. The prime minister is expected to physically attend the inauguration ceremony in one of the districts in Uttar Pradesh, while the remaining projects will be virtually inaugurated.

Looking ahead, two major projects, Noida Airport and Navi Mumbai Airport, are anticipated to be ready for public use by the end of 2024. The collective investment in these 16 airports amounts to over Rs. 12,000 crores.

Among the inaugurated projects, Gwalior stands out as it will host one of Madhya Pradesh’s largest terminals. Chief Minister Mohan Yadav and Aviation Minister Scindia will be present in Gwalior, where around Rs. 500 crores have been invested in the airport.

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