Uttar Pradesh Takes Flight: Five New Airports Set to Transform Tourism Landscape; State Honored as State Champion in Civil Aviation Sector

In a significant development, Union Civil Aviation Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia announced the imminent inauguration of five new airports in Uttar Pradesh within the next month. This expansion will elevate the total number of airports in the state to an impressive 19.

Scindia, while flagging off a direct flight from Ayodhya to Ahmedabad, highlighted the strategic locations of the upcoming airports. The new air gateways will be established in Azamgarh, Aligarh, Moradabad, Chitrakoot, and Shravasti, further enhancing connectivity and accessibility across the state.

Adding to the state's achievements, Uttar Pradesh government has emerged as the State Champion under the aegis of Wings India Award 2024 for its exemplary performance in the civil aviation sector. This surge in airport infrastructure is poised to usher in a new era for tourism in Uttar Pradesh. With improved accessibility, the state is set to attract a higher influx of tourists, offering a boon to the hospitality industry. The direct flight from Ayodhya to Ahmedabad is just one of the many connections that will contribute to the seamless travel experience, ultimately benefiting hotels and restaurants ready to welcome a wave of visitors. The expansion aligns with the vision to make Uttar Pradesh a thriving hub for tourism and hospitality.

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