‘In-Principle’ approval accorded for setting up of 21 Greenfield Airports across the country

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154 airports including 14 water aerodromes & 36 Helipads identified under RCS UDAN
154 airports including 14 water aerodromes & 36 Helipads identified under RCS UDAN
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Government of India has accorded ‘In-Principle’ approval for setting up of 21 Greenfield Airports across the country namely Mopa in Goa, Navi Mumbai, Sindhudurg and Shirdi in Maharashtra, Bijapur,Hassan, Kalaburagi and Shimoga in Karnataka, Dabra (Gwalior) in Madhya Pradesh, Kushinagar and Jewar (Noida) in Uttar Pradesh, Dholera and Hirasar in Gujarat, Karaikal in Puducherry, Dagadarthi, Bhogapuram and Orvakal (Kurnool) in Andhra Pradesh, Durgapur in West Bengal, Pakyong in Sikkim, Kannur in Kerala and Hollongi (Itanagar) in Arunachal Pradesh. Out of these, 8 Greenfield airports viz. Durgapur Airport in West Bengal, Shirdi Airport in Maharashtra, Kannur Airport in Kerala, Pakyong Airport in Sikkim, Kalaburagi Airport in Karnataka, Orvakal (Kurnool) Airport in Andhra Pradesh, Sindhudurg Airport in Maharashtra and Kushinagar Airport in Uttar Pradesh have been operationalized.

The timeline for construction of airports depends upon various factors such as land acquisition, mandatory clearances, removal of obstacles, financial closure etc. by the respective airport developers. The responsibility of implementation of airport projects including funding of the projects rests with the concerned airport developer including the respective State Government (in case the State Government is the project proponent).

Ministry of Civil Aviation has also launched Regional Connectivity Scheme (RCS) – UDAN (Ude Desh ka Aam Naagrik) in October, 2016 to stimulate regional air connectivity and making air travel affordable to the masses. The expansion/development of airports under the scheme is ‘demand driven’, depending upon firm commitment from airline operators as well as from the State Government for providing various concessions.

On the basis of four round of biddings under UDAN, 154 RCS airports including 14 water aerodromes & 36 Helipads across the length and breadth in the country including in Uttar Pradesh have been identified for operation of RCS flights. As on 14.03.2022, 66 unserved and underserved airports including 8 Heliports & 2 water aerodromes have been operationalized. The list of 66 operationalized UDAN airports/heliports/water aerodromes is annexed.

Annexure

List of 66 airports/heliports/water aerodromes operationalized under UDAN scheme.

S No.StateAirport
 Andhra PradeshKadapa     
  Kurnool Airport
 AssamJorhat      
  Lilabari      
  Tezpur      
  Rupsi
 Arunachal PradeshTezu
  Passighat
 BiharDarbhanga  
 ChhattisgarhJagdalpur  
  Bilaspur   
 Daman & DiuDiu     
 GujaratBhavnagar     
  Jamnagar     
  Kandla  
  Mundra  
  Porbandar     
  Statue of Unity (W)     
  Sabarmati River Front  (W)     
 HaryanaHissar    
 Himachal PradeshShimla  
  Kullu       
  Mandi (H)    
  Rampur (H)    
 KarnatakaBelgaum       
  Hubli      
  Mysore  
  Vidyanagar  
  Kalaburgi (Gulbarga)    
  Bidar  
 KeralaKannur   
 Madhya PradeshGwalior     
 MaharashtraGondia
  Jalgaon  
  Kolhapur  
  Nanded  
  Ozar (Nasik)  
  Sindhudurg
 MeghalayaShillong     
 NagalandDimapur       
 OdishaJharsuguda  
 Pondicherry (UT)Pondicherry     
 PunjabAdampur  
  Bhatinda  
  Ludhiana  
  Pathankot  
 RajasthanBikaner  
  Jaisalmer  
  Kishangarh   
 SikkimPakyong   
 Tamil NaduSalem  
 Uttar PradeshAgra     
  Allahabad      
  Kanpur(Chakeri)  
  Hindon   
  Bareilly
  Kushinagar
 UttarakhandPantnagar     
  Pithoragarh   
  Sahastradhara (H)   
  Chinyalisaur (H)   
  Gaucher (H)   
  New Tehri (H)   
  Srinagar  (H)
  Haldwani (H)
 West BengalDurgapur    

W- Water Aerodrome

H – Heliport

This information was given by the Minister of State in the Ministry of Civil Aviation Gen. (Dr) V. K. Singh (Retd) in a written reply to a question in Rajya Sabha today.

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