Indian Navy Withdraws Curbs On Civil Flights At Visakhapatnam Airport


At a meeting with the Chief Minister, Nara Chandrababu Naidu in the city, the Indian Navy has taken the decision to withdraw the curbs on civil flights at the Visakhapatnam Airport.

The Navy officials, after several discussions with the people representatives and the CM, regarding the effects of time restrictions at the Airport, have decided to lift the curbs. The representatives mentioned that restrictions would affect tourism, hotels and Vizag economy as well.

The time slots for the restriction were revised for two months every week till now by the Navy officials. Read More

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