All about Ayodhya Airport: Maryada Purushottam Shri Ram International Airport
The Civil Airport Department and the Airports Authority of India (AAI) have signed a rent settlement agreement about the transfer of 317.855 acres to the latter on rent for the project, which is a significant step toward the improvement of Maryada Purushottam Shri Ram International Airport. With this, the way has been opened for the audacious international project inside the temple town, which will greatly enhance tourism, and the economy, and provide job possibilities. Adityanath visited the Ram Temple website earlier this week on his first trip to Ayodhya after being elected chief minister for a second time. He surveyed the development status.
Additionally, he had suggested that the municipal corporation find a way to charge some “token money” rather than collecting water and property taxes at commercial rates from “mutths,” temples, and Dharamshala.
Last year, a budgetary allowance of Rs. 1 crore was requested for the airport’s renovation in the kingdom’s yearly price range. The UP Assembly had already approved renaming the Ayodhya airport Maryada Purushottam Shriram Airport, Ayodhya, earlier in the year.
For the air route between Ayodhya and Hindon that is part of the RCS plan, the Center chose the Ayodhya airfield. Officers were urged to create a motion plan for Ayodhya’s global air connection by Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath. For large aircraft like the A 320 and Boeing 737, CM had proposed enhancing the airstrip at Ayodhya and developing a suitable runway and terminal structure.
The Times of India was informed by sources that the project is expected to experience significant growth in the years leading up to the 2024 Lok Sabha elections. According to reports, the site where the airport is proposed contains more than a dozen structures.
According to a TOI document, some of the property owned by Ram Manohar Lohia Avadh University also falls within the airport’s jurisdiction. The deadline for the airport’s crowning achievement was set by the royal authorities for December 2021.
The UP government had previously contacted the Airport Authority of India (AAI) to start the construction work in three to four months and prepare it for the operation of ATR planes inside the first phase. However, things didn’t turn out as expected.
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