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Kushinagar Airport has been provided with aircraft
Kushinagar. The newly built international airport in the district has been equipped with all kinds of resources related to flying. To make it work just the decision needs to be made by the government. The special thing is that it is the longest runway in the country. There is a 21 km long boundary wall on all sides. There is parking space for five ships each on its apron. This airport is built in about 600 hectares. The Indian Air Force Boeing-737 landed at this airport on June 7th and stayed there for 19 minutes.
Hopes of being able to fly from Kushinagar International Airport soon have been revived. The Prime Minister’s plane is expected to land at this airport on July 30th. Although there is no official confirmation of this, this possibility is reinforced by the information about the arrival of the Prime Minister for the inauguration of the Siddharthnagar Medical College on July 30th.
Boeing landed on June 7th
The Indian Air Force’s Boeing-737 landed at this airport on June 7th. After a 19-minute break, it started again. This was probably a good sign for early flight operations from the airport. Nine people including the pilot were on that plane.
The Chief Minister has also given instructions to begin the flight at any time.
Just a few days ago, the Prime Minister of the state Yogi Adityanath wrote from the Twitter handle that international flights would soon be starting from Kushinagar Airport. Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s arrival in Siddharth Nagar is scheduled for July 30th. All preparations for the flight from the airport have been completed. In such a situation, you will find instructions on how to take off your flight from that airport.
29th international airport in the country
June 2020, a committee of the Union Cabinet chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi decided to recognize Kushinagar Airport as an international airport. It is India’s 29th and Uttar Pradesh’s third international airport. This airport is also of strategic importance. Because it’s near the international border. The reason for the construction of the international airport is also said to be the Mahaparinirvana site of Lord Buddha, which about three lakh tourists from home and abroad visit every year.
The construction of the airport started in the BSP government.
Recognizing the opportunities for tourism in Kushinagar, then Chief Minister Mayawati began developing the runway built under British rule in 1995 and began making it an international airport. Then on October 10, 1995 Union Aviation Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad of the Congress government and the then governor of the UP Motilal Bora laid the foundation stone for the terminal building.
Bhoomi worship was performed in the SP government
In 2016, the SP government gave Rs.199 billion to develop the Kushinagar airstrip. It was inaugurated on April 4, 2016 by the then cabinet minister of Brahmashankar Tripathi state in the presence of DM.
The international airport is in 600 hectares
Kushinagar International Airport covers an area of ​​approximately 600 hectares. The length of the runway of this airport is 3200 meters and the width of 46 meters is a single runway. It is capable of handling large planes.
Airport equipped with aircraft
Kushinagar International Airport is equipped with all types of aircraft. To make it work just the decision needs to be made by the government. It is the largest runway in the state. There is a boundary wall on all four sides over a length of 21 km. There is parking space for five ships each on its apron.
Terminal building is also finished with German fabric material
The terminal building at the international airport consists of German fabric material on an area of ​​4800 square meters, in which all necessary facilities are available. Apart from that, the fire brigade building, power house, pump house, police station and eight-story ATC building are finished.
The director of Kushinagar International Airport said
AK Dwivedi, director of Kushinagar International Airport, said he had the international airport license. This airport is fully prepared for aircraft take-off. As soon as the permit has been received, this airport will start operating.

Kushinagar Airport has been provided with aircraft

Kushinagar. The newly built international airport in the district has been equipped with all kinds of resources related to flying. To make it work, only one decision needs to be made by the government. The special thing is that it is the longest runway in the country. There is a boundary wall on all four sides over a length of 21 km. There is parking space for five ships each on its apron. This airport is built in about 600 hectares. The Indian Air Force Boeing-737 landed at this airport on June 7th and stayed there for 19 minutes.

Hopes of being able to fly from Kushinagar International Airport soon have been revived. The Prime Minister’s plane is expected to land at this airport on July 30th. Although there is no official confirmation of this, this possibility is reinforced by the information about the arrival of the Prime Minister for the inauguration of the Siddharthnagar Medical College on July 30th.

Boeing landed on June 7th

The Indian Air Force’s Boeing-737 landed at this airport on June 7th. After a 19-minute break, it started again. This was probably a good sign for early flight operations from the airport. Nine people including the pilot were on that plane.

The Chief Minister has also given instructions to begin the flight at any time.

Just a few days ago, the Prime Minister of the state Yogi Adityanath wrote from the Twitter handle that international flights would soon be starting from Kushinagar Airport. Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s arrival in Siddharth Nagar is scheduled for July 30th. All preparations for the flight from the airport have been completed. In such a situation, you will find instructions on how to take off your flight from that airport.

29th international airport in the country

June 2020, a committee of the Union Cabinet chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi decided to recognize Kushinagar Airport as an international airport. It is India’s 29th and Uttar Pradesh’s third international airport. This airport is also of strategic importance. Because it’s near the international border. The reason for the construction of the international airport is also said to be the Mahaparinirvana site of Lord Buddha, which about three lakh tourists from home and abroad visit every year.

The construction of the airport started in the BSP government.

Recognizing the opportunities for tourism in Kushinagar, then Chief Minister Mayawati began developing the runway built under British rule in 1995 and began making it an international airport. Then on October 10, 1995 Union Aviation Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad of the Congress government and the then governor of the UP Motilal Bora laid the foundation stone for the terminal building.

Bhoomi worship was performed in the SP government

In 2016, the SP government gave Rs.199 billion to develop the Kushinagar airstrip. It was inaugurated on April 4, 2016 by the then cabinet minister of Brahmashankar Tripathi state in the presence of DM.

The international airport is in 600 hectares

Kushinagar International Airport covers an area of ​​approximately 600 hectares. The length of the runway of this airport is 3200 meters and the width of 46 meters is a single runway. It is capable of handling large planes.

Airport equipped with aircraft

Kushinagar International Airport is equipped with all types of aircraft. To make it work just the decision needs to be made by the government. It is the largest runway in the state. There is a boundary wall on all four sides over a length of 21 km. There is parking space for five ships each on its apron.

Terminal building is also finished with German fabric material

The terminal building at the international airport consists of German fabric material on an area of ​​4800 square meters, in which all necessary facilities are available. Apart from that, the fire brigade building, power house, pump house, police station and eight-story ATC building are finished.

The director of Kushinagar International Airport said

AK Dwivedi, director of Kushinagar International Airport, said he had the international airport license. This airport is fully prepared for aircraft take-off. As soon as the permit has been received, this airport will start operating.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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