Published: 10th May 2022 03:13 PM
Civil Aviation Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia on Tuesday announced that Jharkhand is set to get three more airports. He also said that 14 new air routes will be made available in the state to increase connectivity.
Scindia is accompanying Prime Minister Narendra Modi to Jharkhand. The PM is set to inaugurate Deogarh airport among other projects.
”Jharkhand will soon have five airports. After Ranchi and Deoghar, we will set up airports in Bokaro, Jamshedpur and Dumka. Also, 14 new air routes will be introduced in the state to increase connectivity" Scindia said.
This new development will create thousands of new jobs in aviation like pilot, aircraft maintenance engineers and hospitality staffs. These airports will be base for Aircraft Maintenance Organizations.