No airline interested in night flights from Srinagar airport: Aviation ministry

Union civil aviation ministry has said that no airline was interested in operating night flights from Srinagar Airport. The ministry told Parliament—in reply to a query by Srinagar MP Farooq Abdullah— that though the infrastructure needed for night flight operation was available at the airport, no airline was interested in doing so.

Farooq had told Parliament that people were facing a lot of inconvenience because night flights were not available at the airport that has been cleared for ‘international’ flights.

A tiny slice of about 200 kanals of land of the Indian Air Force base, which is built on thousands of kanals of kareva land, is maintained by the Airports Authority of India (AAI) as the Srinagar ‘International’ Airport, housing the terminal and parking space for aircraft. The runway and everything else belongs to the IAF. Read More

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