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1.30 lakh passengers travelled by air with UDAN scheme: Jyotiraditya Scindia | VIDEO

1.30 lakh passengers travelled by air with UDAN scheme: Jyotiraditya Scindia | VIDEO


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Image Source : PTI (FILE) With UDAN scheme, 1.30 lakh passengers have travelled by air: Jyotiraditya Scindia

UDAN scheme: As many as 1.30 lakh passengers, together with those that might by no means dream of travelling by air, have travelled because of the UDAN scheme and the aviation sector is ready to be the spine of transportation within the nation, Civil Aviation Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia knowledgeable Rajya Sabha immediately (December 4).

Replying to queries throughout Question Hour, the minister mentioned as of immediately 2.75 lakh flights have operated in India because of the viability hole funding that has been proposed and given by the central authorities below UDAN.

Ude Desh ka Aam Nagrik:

The minister additionally instructed the House that the aviation sector has taken steps to make sure the security and safety of passengers, particularly the aged in case of any complain of ill-treatment. Responding to a query by unbiased member Kartikeya Sharma throughout Question Hour, the minister mentioned 517 routes are in power below UDAN (Ude Desh ka Aam Nagrik).

He assured the member that security and safety of passengers is the precedence and mentioned the aviation regulator DGCA retains a observe of all security norms to make sure safety of passengers.

“Our airlines are also increasing their capacity and Air India has ordered 470 planes and Indigo 500 new planes and we want to create this sector as a backbone of transportation in the coming days,” he famous.

Nanded airport operation: 

On a query concerning the Nanded airport in Maharashtra being non-functional, he mentioned an airline began working on the airport.

“It is our authorities’s precedence to make Nanded airport operational, however the issue will not be with the ministry however with the airport, which has been handed over to a personal sector entity by the state authorities. The non-public entity has not even reimbursed the airport authority charges and services needed to be withdrawn.

“We feel that if the state government takes back the Nanded airport then we would be able to make it operational. I would urge the state government to take back the Nanded government under its ambit to help make it operational,” he famous.

To one other supplementary by YSRCP member V Vijaysai Reddy, he mentioned, “In every situation, you can look at a glass half full or half empty and the member proposes to see it (from) half empty viewpoint but we in the government look at a half full viewpoint.”

“It is barely because of the efforts of Prime Minister (Narendra) Modi and the federal government that immediately 1.30 lakh passengers have travelled via UDAN yojana, who might by no means ever dream of travelling on a aircraft earlier than.

“It is only because of his vision that today 2.75 lakh flights have operated in India due to the viability gap funding that has been proposed and given by the central government for this scheme in particular,” Scindia mentioned.

It is barely due to his imaginative and prescient that the North-East has been introduced into the mainstream from the periphery and 9 new airports have been made and 6 of them have been made operational, the minister asserted. He additionally mentioned that the viability hole funding is given for 3 years for an airline.

Routes & targets of UDAN scheme: 

“We have a target of 1,000 routes under the scheme and today 515 routes have been operational.”

He mentioned there are 78 routes which might be nonetheless persevering with even after three years, which is 15 per cent of the overall and it’s our endeavour this can solely enhance within the days to return. By 2030, India can have 42 crore air travellers within the nation within the days to return. 

The minister additionally mentioned that steps have been taken regarding flight operations throughout fog. There have been solely 0.05 per cent cancellations throughout 2020-21 and 2021-22 and 0.01 per cent delays have taken place because of fog within the nation, he added.

(With companies inputs) 

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