Exclusive Ayodhya and Mathura may be linked to Varanasi via seaplane service soon after PMo’s approval

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Seaplane operations are slated to begin in Varanasi, which became the center of the country’s first waterway. The Indian Inland Waterways Authority has applied for permission to operate the seaplane in Varanasi and, with the approval of the PMO, the proposal for the entire project has been sent to the central government.

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The waves of Ganga in Dharmanagari Kashi, Prayag and Saryu of Ayodhya will jointly witness the flight. Along with religious tourism, a new transport route is being paved from Varanasi. The religious cities of the state such as Prayagraj, Ayodhya, Mathura, Chitrakoot and other cities are connected by seaplane.For this, the Inland Waterways Authority of India (IWAI) applied for permission to operate the seaplane in Varanasi and, after the Prime Minister’s approval, the proposal for the entire project was sent to the central government. If everything goes according to plan, the seaplane service can start in September.

Seaplane operations are slated to begin in Varanasi, which became the center of the country’s first waterway. The seaplane is operated from Varanasi by making a jetty near the port of Ramnagar. Route plan and tariff for the connection of Prayagraj, Ayodhya, Mathura and Chitrakoot by seaplane will also be determined shortly.

Many airlines in Varanasi have requested permission from the DGCA to start this service. The cost of an airplane is around Rs 25 crore. Let us announce that IWAI Vice President Jayant Singh visited Varanasi last Friday and informed the local government that a proposal for seaplane service had been submitted to the central government.Divisional Commissioner Deepak Agrawal said IWAI has proposed a seaplane operation from Varanasi to Prayagraj, Ayodhya, Mathura and other religious cities. Seaplane operations are planned near Ramnagar port. For this, the route for the operation of boats in the Ganges is determined.

It is an airplane that can land on land as well as in water. It is designed with consumer services in mind, including freight transportation, spraying pesticides on crops, and can be used as an ambulance. Its seats can also be removed as required. It has 10 to 12 seats. The aircraft’s top speed is 330 km / h and can fly up to an altitude of 12,000 feet. You only have to drive 300 meters to the start on the ground or water level. This aircraft has only one engine that only needs one pilot to operate.

It is planned to operate the seaplane near the port of IWAI in Ramnagar. In addition to the creation of a route plan for the operation of boats in the Ganges, their limits are also determined. A no-entry zone for boats etc. is created after a radius.

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The waves of Ganga in Dharmanagari Kashi, Prayag and Saryu of Ayodhya will jointly witness the flight. Along with religious tourism, a new transport route is being paved from Varanasi. The religious cities of the state such as Prayagraj, Ayodhya, Mathura, Chitrakoot and other cities are connected by seaplane.

For this, the Inland Waterways Authority of India (IWAI) applied for permission to operate the seaplane in Varanasi and, after the Prime Minister’s approval, the proposal for the entire project was sent to the central government. If everything goes according to plan, the seaplane service can start in September.

Seaplane operations are slated to begin in Varanasi, which became the center of the country’s first waterway. The seaplane is operated from Varanasi by making a jetty near the port of Ramnagar. Route plan and tariff for the connection of Prayagraj, Ayodhya, Mathura and Chitrakoot by seaplane will also be determined shortly.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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