New Apron To Cut Down Waiting Time For Fliers

There is some good news for frequent fliers from Rajkot who are facing difficulties in getting timely flights.

The Airport Authority of India (AAI) has initiated the process to construct a new apron that will be able to accommodate two flights at a time and park four flights at a time in the airport terminal. This is expected to reduce the waiting time for passengers and attract new flight operators to the city.

The work on new apron is expected to completed by December and a budget of Rs 8 crore has been allocated for this project.

Currently, till one flight handles passengers at the terminal building, the flight has to wait on the runway. The turnaround time of one flight is 30-40 minutes. Read more

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