The air journey service from Mumbai to Sindhudurg through Chipi airstrip will resume on September 1, assured Union Civil Aviation Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia and Sindhudurg district guardian minister Ravindra Chavan throughout their assembly on Friday. For a number of months, the air journey providers from Mumbai to Chipi had been halted. On this context, the efforts of Central Minister Narayan Rane and the persistent follow-up by Guardian Minister Ravindra Chavan have borne fruit. Moreover, the individuals of the Konkan area shall be happy to know that Lord Ganpati has blessed them.
Earlier, there was an common flight service between Mumbai and Sindhudurg. Nonetheless, as a consequence of numerous points, this service turned inconsistent, inflicting inconvenience to each the residents of Konkan and Mumbai. In mild of this example, Ravindra Chavan, the Guardian Minister of Sindhudurg district, together with Central Civil Aviation Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia, mentioned the passenger air journey service at Chipi airstrip. The 2 ministers assured that ranging from 1st September, the air journey service from Mumbai to Sindhudurg and vice versa will function often from Chipi airstrip, with flights each eight days. The route to provoke this air service underneath the umbrella of Air Alliance and IndiGo airways was given by the central ministers, making certain confidence on this endeavor.
To make sure the revival of air providers at Chipi airstrip, discussions had been held with Chief Minister Eknath Shinde, Deputy Chief Ministers Devendra Fadnavis and Ajit Pawar, they usually offered helpful steerage. The involvement of those leaders in resolving this challenge was additionally acknowledged by Ravindra Chavan.
Representatives from the Airport Authority and airport operators Kiran Kumar and Virindra Mhaiskar additionally confirmed that every one mandatory necessities from the Airport Authority shall be fulfilled inside 4 days.
The assembly held in New Delhi was attended by Secretary of the Central Ministry, Particular Govt Officer, Joint Secretary, representatives from Air IndiGo, Air India, Air Alaska, and others from the aviation trade.
Revealed on: Friday, August 25, 2023, 06:23 PM IST