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The New Aviation Policy to Inter-connect Rajasthan Cities via Flights


The new aviation policy has put forward an amazing and really useful proposal for inter-connectivity of cities through air flights. The cities listed under this proposal are Jodhpur, Bikaner, Jaisalmer and Kota.

This inter-connectivity of the cities is done by the Alliance Air Company, a sub group of the Air India branch of aviation. The flights for the Jaipur-Jaisalmer and Jaipur-Bikaner would start for Rs.2500 from the next month onwards.

According to the director of the airport, B.L. Tailang has declared that the proposal for the inter-connectivity of the cities, which has been sent to a total of four airports. Also, the flights for Jaipur-Jaisalmer-Bikaner would be the first interconnected flight to fly.

This new aviation policy was initialized on the 25th of June by the government.

There has already been good progress in this sector as the two other companies, other than Alliance Air Company have shown interest in this and have declared to start the survey in this regard.

In the starting, the Delhi-Jaipur-Delhi flight would fly on the 26th July. Then, from the next month, the same flight would fly from Bikaner-Jaisalmer. The same Alliance Air Company would start a flight from Delhi-Jaipur-Bikaner-Jaipur-Jaisalmer-Jaipur-Delhi. The third flight will fly from Delhi-Jaipur-Indore-Raipur-Kolkata.

Even, the runway terminals have already been built in the cities Jodhpur, Jaisalmer, Kota and Bikaner.

In the beginning of this operation, the authorities are entrusted to provide Viability Gap Fund (VGF) to the Alliance Air company.

Thus, this is really a heartwarming opportunity for Jaipur city to be enlisted in the group of cities which are developed and are considered well-built and organized. The pink city has shown tremendous growth in the sector of industrialization, capitalization and the globalization aspects.

 


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