IndiGo announces direct connectivity between Mumbai and Ayodhya – Times of India

IndiGo announces direct connectivity between Mumbai and Ayodhya - Times of India

Mumbai: Indigothe country’s largest carrier by market share, on Tuesday announced direct flights between Mumbai and AyodhyaFrom 15 January 2024.
IndiGo flight 6E-5378 will depart Mumbai at 12.30 am and land at Ayodhya at 2.45 am, while the return flight 6E-5379 will depart at 3.15 pm and reach Mumbai at 5.40 pm.
These daily flights will give passengers direct access to Ayodhya and make their journey smooth and short. Earlier, IndiGo announced the inaugural operations from December 30 from Delhi to Ayodhya from the soon-to-be-opened Marida Prashotham Shri Ram International Airport. 2023. Thereafter, commercial operations from Delhi to Ayodhya from January 06, 2024, and Ahmedabad to Ayodhya from January 11, 2024.
Speaking on the occasion Vinay MalhotraHead of Global Sales, IndiGo said, “These new routes will significantly boost travel, tourism and trade in the region, contribute to economic growth and provide tourists with direct access to Ayodhya, with India Along with the overseas 6E network.”
350 crore Ayodhya airport, owned by Govt. Airports Authority of India (AAI) has a runway equipped to handle single-aisle Airbus 320 and Boeing 737-type aircraft. He obtained an aerodrome license. Directorate General of Civil Aviation On December 14. Prime Minister Narendra Modi is expected to inaugurate the airport on December 30.
Development works have been carried out at the airport, including the extension of the existing runway from 1500m x 30m to 2200m x 45m for the operation of Code-C type aircraft. Other additions include a 6,250 square meter interim terminal building, which can handle 300 passengers during peak hours with 8 check-in counters, three conveyor belts. This is followed by an air traffic control tower, a fire station, car parking, new apron for parking of three code ‘C’ type aircraft and associated infrastructure of the city outskirts and airspace, AAI said.
The airport terminal building is equipped with various sustainability features like double insulated roofing system, provision of canopies for energy saving, LED lighting, low heat gain double glazing units, rainwater to recharge the ground water table. Harvesting, landscaping with fountains, HVAC. Water treatment plant, sewage treatment plant and use of recycled water for landscaping, a solar power plant with a capacity of 250 KWP has been provided to meet GRIHA-V ratings. Heritage of Ayodhya, State of Uttar Pradesh. Facade of terminal building. Both the city side and airside display the temple architecture of Ayodhya’s upcoming Rama temple.

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