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Faizabad Airport

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Faizabad Airport
Summary
Airport typePublic
OwnerGovernment of Uttar Pradesh
OperatorAirports Authority of India
ServesAyodhya, Faizabad
LocationFaizabad, Uttar Pradesh, India
Elevation AMSL335 ft / 102 m
Coordinates26°45′04″N 082°09′18″E / 26.75111°N 82.15500°E / 26.75111; 82.15500
Map
FBD is located in Uttar Pradesh
FBD
FBD
Location of airport in Uttar Pradesh
Runways
Direction Length Surface
ft m
12/30 5,693 1,735 Asphalt
Unserviceable 4,500 1,372 Asphalt

Faizabad Airport is an upcoming airport in Faizabad city that will be upgraded from the existing government airstrip.[1] Existing government airstrip is situated between the NH 27 and NH 330 at Sultanpur Naaka, Faizabad in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. The State Government signed a memorandum of understanding with the Airports Authority of India (AAI) in February 2014 for the development of the airport.[2]

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Airlines and destinations

AirlinesDestinationsRefs.
Star AirDelhi NCR - Ghaziabad (Hindon) (November 2019)
Turbo AviationDelhi NCR - Ghaziabad (Hindon) (August 2019)[3]

Extension and upgradation plan

There was constant effort by aviation ministry to transfer the Faizabad airport to Airports Authority of India. Union Civil aviation minister Ajit Singh was constantly seeking permission from Uttar Pradesh government to hand over the airport to AAI so that scheduled carrier planes could be operable at Faizabad airport. Consequently, the cabinet of Uttar Pradesh has granted the permission and handed over the airport to AAI.[4]

Recent efforts

Efforts by Union Civil Aviation Minister

Union Civil Aviation Minister Ajit Singh stated that there are three airstrips Faizabad, Moradabad and Meerut. He requested that give these airstrips to AAI and they will construct airports.[5]

The U.P. government does not want airports. Agra is an exception. Akhilesh does not want to give free land for airports, Ajit Singh said, adding that more airports would generate employment and spur growth in the state. If the Airports Authority of India got land for domestic airports in other eight cities and towns in U.P., it would have benefited the people of the state, the minister added. And after constant effort the airport has been haned over to AAI.[6]

Development under low-cost airports

In an endeavour to provide air connectivity to different parts of India, development of low-cost airports is the most important component. Instructions have been issued to AAI to identify the most suitable low cost model for development of smaller airports and to develop airports in the smaller cities based on this mode.[7]

Handing over to Airports Authority of India

Faizabad Airport is handed over by the government of Uttar Pradesh to Airports Authority of India (AAI) to be developed as full-fledged airport along with three others (Meerut, Moradabad and Saifai) by the approval of Uttar Pradesh cabinet. The government of Uttar Pradesh is providing extra land free of cost for the further expansion and for the construction of a terminal. The operations will be operated from 2014.[8][9][10]

Runway taken from national highway
Runway taken from national highway

The Uttar Pradesh government has issued formal orders allowing the landing and parking of private aircraft on the airstrip against a fee. According to the government order, any private aircraft can land by paying Rs 500. There will be no parking charges for the first two hours, after which Rs 200 will be charged per day.[11]

The government is giving this airstrip to private investors for their pilot training and aircraft maintenance engineering institutes. "The fresh government order for landing and parking is an extension of that project, because now the government will not have to bother much about activities like maintained, which will be taken care of by the institutes," said Swaroop. The procedure followed earlier to obtain permission for using the airstrip used to be long. The owner of the private aircraft had to contact the respective district magistrate who would further contact the directorate which would take the measures required for landing of the aircraft.[12]

References

  1. ^ Pande, Alka S (28 July 2007). "Maya to hand over airstrips to private entities". The Indian Express. Retrieved 14 January 2019.
  2. ^ "MoU Signed for Development of Airports in UP". Press Information Bureau. 24 February 2014. Retrieved 28 February 2014.
  3. ^ https://www.aai.aero/sites/default/files/rcs_news_notifications/Press%20Brief%20-%20Presentation%20V2.pdf
  4. ^ Phadnis, Aneesh (11 December 2012). "Ajit Singh's plans for airports in UP grounded". Business Standard India. Aneesh Phadnis / Mumbai 11 December 2012, 00:44 IST.
  5. ^ "Development not on agenda in UP for last 20 years: Ajit Singh". PTI 21 December 2012, 05.23PM IST.
  6. ^ Sanjay Singh (28 December 2012). "Aviation Minister Ajit Singh to put brakes on airfares, will introduce a mechanism to curb soaring prices". Mail Today. New Delhi.
  7. ^ "Year-End-Review of the Ministry of Civil Aviation for the Year 2012". Ministry of Civil Aviation28-December 2012 17:54 IST.
  8. ^ Decks clear for air travel to three districts TNN 4 September 2013, 02.54AM IST Times of India
  9. ^ Shelved by Maya, Akhilesh nod to develop Meerut airstrip as airport Express News Service: Lucknow, 4 September 2013, 03:34 hrs [http://www.indianexpress.com/news/shelved-by-maya-akhilesh-nod-to-develop-meerut-airstrip-as-airport/1164357/%5D
  10. ^ मेरठ, मुरादाबाद, फैजाबाद और सैफई में एयरपोर्ट बनाने का रास्ता साफ Updated on 3 September 2013 10:26 PM (IST)
  11. ^ "Airstrips open to private aircraft in UP". Posted: 18 April 2008 at 2317 hrs IST.[permanent dead link]
  12. ^ "Airstrips open to private aircraft in UP". Posted: 18 April 2008 at 2317 hrs IST.[permanent dead link]
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