Central Board Of Indirect Taxes And Customs Declared Kushinagar Airport Customs Notified Airport


Amar Ujala Network, Kushinagar.

Published by: vivek shukla
Updated Wed, 15 Sep 2021 06:04 PM IST

Summary

The newly built international airport has been equipped with all kinds of flight related resources. To make it operational, only the decision has to be taken by the government. The special thing is that it is the longest runway in the state. There is a boundary wall on all four sides in the length of 21 km.

Kushinagar International Airport.
– Photo: Amar Ujala.

A relief news has come out for Kushinagar district of Uttar Pradesh. Here Kushinagar International Airport has been declared as Customs Notified Airport by the Central Board of Indirect Taxes and Customs. This will also facilitate the movement of international travelers including Buddhist pilgrims. This information has been given by the Ministry of Finance. This airport is built in about 600 acres. The Boeing-737 aircraft of the Indian Air Force has landed at this airport on June 7, which stayed here for 19 minutes.

At the same time, last month, the license for flying to Kushinagar International Airport has been extended for one and a half years. The license given to this airport in the past expired on 21 August 2021. The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has extended this license for another 18 months. The validity date of the license is now up to 21 February 2023. The DGCA, after completing all the formalities regarding the international airport, had issued a license to the Airports Authority of India to start the flight. This is the license of the third international airport of the state. Along with this, it is the airport with the largest runway in the state.

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A relief news has come out for Kushinagar district of Uttar Pradesh. Here Kushinagar International Airport has been declared as Customs Notified Airport by the Central Board of Indirect Taxes and Customs. This will also facilitate the movement of international travelers including Buddhist pilgrims. This information has been given by the Ministry of Finance. This airport is built in about 600 acres. The Boeing-737 aircraft of the Indian Air Force has landed at this airport on June 7, which stayed here for 19 minutes.


At the same time, last month, the license for flying to Kushinagar International Airport has been extended for one and a half years. The license given to this airport in the past expired on 21 August 2021. The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has extended this license for another 18 months. The validity date of the license is now up to 21 February 2023. The DGCA, after completing all the formalities regarding the international airport, had issued a license to the Airports Authority of India to start the flight. This is the license of the third international airport of the state. Along with this, it is the airport with the largest runway in the state.

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