Air India passenger flights to take off from Agra in October next
Agra: In a good news for all those who miss air travel in Agra, the Air India passenger planes will begin to take off from the Kheria Air Force Station in the Uttar Pradesh city on October 1 next.
Furthermore, a meeting will soon be held between the airport authority and airlines to discuss about the connectivity of Agra flights with other cities of the country. The authority will also approach the private airlines to start their services at the Kheria Air Force Station informing them about the traffic management as well as passenger facilities being offered by the former.
- A meeting between a consultative committee and Airport Authority of India (AAI) was held at the Kheria Air Force Station on Saturday last.
- AAI director Prabhakar Mishra informed the committee about the flights and ongoing work at the airport.
- According to Mishra, 55.29 acres of land, between the air force station boundary and Highway–39, is likely to be acquired by the UP government.
- The government is planning to build an enclave on this land.
- The enclave will be constructed by the state government itself taking the technical support of AAI.
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