One Lakh Crore Investment is Transforming India’s Airports

With the number of airports doubling from 74 to almost 140 in the last 9 years, the union civil aviation ministry is ready to invest around Rs. 1 lakh crore investment for airports, said by Jyotiraditya Scindia on Monday.

The minister also informed the masses about the expansion plans of the government for airports and metros as well. The total number of airports will rise to 200 in the coming 4 years. All this developmental work will be completed with a cooperative approach by the government as well as private players, said the union civil aviation minister- Jyotiraditya Scindia.

In addition to the airports, metros are also included in this project. The capacity of metros will also increase from 22 crores per year to 42 crores per year.

Airlines in India are also increasing their capacity. For instance, Air India has ordered 420 narrow body planes and 50 wide body planes as part of this plan of lakh crore investment for airports.

As a concluding text, he added that we have covered a lot since independence and changing the image of “colonial India to self-reliant India.” Achievements in every sector and becoming one of the world’s fastest growing economies are not easy in such a competitive world.

Our successes are evident when we discuss the startup initiative, when we are ranked first in the world for fintech adoption rate, second for mobile manufacturing, and many other things. Not to mention, the aviation sector is also ready for combat and is becoming one of the best in this global race.

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