100 airports worth $60 billion coming up in 10-15 years, says aviation minister
NEW DELHI: India plans to construct 100 airports at an estimated cost of $60 billion (about Rs 4.2 lakh crore) in the next 10 to 15 years, Civil Aviation Minister Suresh Prabhu said Tuesday.
The country's aviation sector is one of the fastest-growing in the world and has recorded 50 months of double-digit traffic growth.
As many as 100 new airports would be built in the next 10 to 15 years for about $ 60 billion. These airports are to be constructed through public private partnership, Prabhu said.
He said the government is also working on a cargo policy.
According to global airlines' grouping IATA, India is expected to overtake Germany, Japan, Spain and the UK within the next ten years to become the world's third largest air passenger market.
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India needs more airports as growth of passenger traffic is double digit and fastest in the world..
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And we dont even have proper roads in the first place
BETTER OPTIONS IS TO GO FOR HELICOPTER PADS.
when will it will start constructing planes
Extremely ill-thought policy. Most airlines are struggling to be profitable. Airports in small towns without economic activity won''t be viable. Also, encouraging flying for small distances is extremely environmentally polluting. Better to build long-distance passenger train corridors with 200 kmph speed.
Where is the oil to fly these airplanes.
another pheku scheme from phekus team