Air travel to soon start from Ambala to Srinagar, says Anil Vij

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Air travel to soon start from Ambala to Srinagar, says Anil Vij

Friday, 23 September 2022 | PNS | Chandigarh

Haryana Home Minister Anil Vij on Thursday said that air travel facility from Ambala to Srinagar will soon be available to the citizens of the state as the Union Civil and Aviation Ministry has accorded approval.  Presiding over a meeting with the officers of the Civil Aviation Department in Chandigarh,  Vij directed the officers to complete all the necessary formalities. Along with this, air travel from Ambala to Lucknow will also begin soon. The Air Force has also given NOC to start air travel in Ambala. About 20 acres of land along the junction of the military has been selected for the construction of the terminal at Ambala and this land has been transferred by the army to the Air Force. The terminal will be built on this land at a cost of about Rs 40 crore, for which funds have also been approved by the Union Ministry, Vij said. He informed that till the time the terminal is not ready for operations, air travel will begin by making a temporary terminal. For this, the team has surveyed and sent the report.
 

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