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How many new airports are being built in India?
India will come up with at least four new airports, Union Civil Aviation Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia announced on Thursday.
How many airports have been built in India since 2014?
Mumbai: “There are now 100 airports in India out of which 35 were built in the last four years,” Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on September 24, 2018 at the inauguration of Sikkim’s first airport in Pakyong. “Since Independence to 2014, over 67 years, there were 65 airports.
How many airports are there in India in 2014?
Originally Answered: How many airports are started/operational during the Modi government? Modi government has built 35 Airports in the last four years, out of which 7 are operational. In the last 67 years ( since independence to 2014) 70 were constructed , which means ONE AIRPORT PER YEAR.
How many airports have been made operational after Modi came to power?
This is nothing but a plain lie. 7 airports have been made operational after Modi has come to power, and not 35, as he himself claims. Let’s take a detailed look: As of March 31, 2014, the Airport Authority of India (AAI) owned 125 airports, out of which 94 were operational. Let us look at what the numbers are now.
How many airports has India built since 2014?
This is significantly fewer than the 35 since 2014 claimed by Mr Modi. At an aviation summit in Delhi this month, India was praised for its airport building by Alexandre de Juniac, the head of the International Air Transport Association (IATA).
How many airports have been built in the last four years?
Fact: No more than seven airports were made operational over the last four years, according to official data.
How many airports does AAI own in the UK?
As many as 125 airports were owned by AAI at the end of 31 March, 2014, the aviation ministry’s annual report 2013-14 shows. Of these, 94 were operational – including 29 civil enclaves – and 31, non-operational. This indicates that seven airports were made operational over the four years ending 2018.