There will be a direct flight to Mumbai from December 25 at Gaya Airport.
So far Gaya Airport in Bihar is of international standard. Currently, the runway of this airport is 2286 meters, which is undergoing land acquisition to increase 500 meters.
With this, IndiGo has already taken permission to operate flights to Kolkata and Bangalore. Air India’s services to Kolkata-Gaya-Banaras and Delhi are also likely to be restored. Therefore, there is a possibility of increase in the airline at Gaya Airport in the coming few days. At the same time, a representative of IndiGo said that the minimum fare of 53 hundred passengers has to be paid to go to Mumbai. At the same time, about 4400 rupees for Delhi and 7800 rupees per passenger via Delhi will have to be spent.
Gaya is the only international airport in Bihar
So far Gaya Airport in Bihar is of international standard. Currently, the runway of this airport is 2286 meters, which is in the process of land acquisition to increase 500 meters. In the tourist season from October to February, many international airlines including Thailand, Sri Lanka, Myanmar start regular service here along with Indian Airlines, but due to Corona, international flight has not started this year yet. Due to non-commencement of international flights service, this year the airport is facing a lot of revenue losses. It is worth mentioning that due to better arrangements at this airport, his special aircraft went to Bihar and Jharkhand when the President and Prime Minister’s program took place. Landing is done at the airport itself and then taken from the air force helicopter to the venue from here. During the air travel, travelers from all over Bihar fly to Jeddah from Gaya Airport itself.
Work to build international cargo terminal will start soon
A plan to construct cargo terminal for sending goods like fruits, vegetables and milk has also been approved at Gaya Airport. In this regard, the airport director Dilip Kumar said that in the meeting of the Advisory Committee held under the chairmanship of MP Vijay Kumar, the meeting of the cargo terminal has been discussed at a rapid pace.
With the formation of cargo terminal here, fruits, flowers, vegetable milk and processed products produced in Bihar can be sent to other states of the country as well as Middle East and South East Asian countries. Space has been earmarked for the cargo terminal at Charoa Moja. There is still some encroachment from this place, DM Abhishek Singh has made a committee to remove it and the work of making Kargo Terminal will be started as soon as this land is encroached.