Moradabad: There is good news for the residents of the metropolitan city. The last hurdle of flying from Moradabad has also been removed. After a long wait, license was issued from DGCA to start air services from Moradabad airport.
In the first phase, 19 seater aircraft will be able to fly. Metropolitan residents will be able to enjoy air travel to Lucknow and Kanpur on New Year. Now the date of take off will be announced soon.
DGCA Director Sandeep Kumar confirmed the issuance of the license. On the other hand, the license was handed over to the UP in-charge in a program organized in Delhi. After a long wait, the hopes of the people and exporters of Brass City are going to be fulfilled.
After a long wait, Bhadasana Airport of Moradabad has finally got the license from (DGCA) i.e. Directorate General of Civil Aviation. In the first phase, people will get the pleasure of air travel to Lucknow and Kanpur by 19 seater aircraft.
Business will also get a new direction.
Moradabad MLA Ritesh Gupta met the Chief Minister several times for the opening of the airport. After which, due to personal interest of Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, the airstrip was developed and all the facilities of the airport were developed.
With this, the citizens of Moradabad will soon get the facility of air service to travel to Lucknow and Kanpur. The commencement of air service will also provide great convenience to the exporters of Brass City. They will save time in commuting to Lucknow or Kanpur for their business.