Three MPs of Belagavi meet Union Minister Scindia for the resumption of suspended flights.
The urgent restart of regular flights from Belagavi to Delhi and Mumbai has been urged by a delegation of MPs of Belagavi district.
Jyotiraditya Scindia, the minister of aviation, has reacted to the plea, which was submitted following the termination of the air service on December 10. Smt. Mangala Angadi, Irranna Kadadi, and Annasaheb Jolle, MP for Chikodi, met with the Minister to discuss the situation.
The lack of daily flights from Belagavi has put traders and businesspeople at a significant disadvantage because they are now required to drive to Hubli or Goa and then board a plane for Delhi.
This is especially troubling because on January 11th Delhi will host the Auto Expo after a four-year hiatus. Spare parts vendors from Belagavi are anticipated to attend, along with many large corporations like Tata and Hyundai.
The Belagavi Automobile Merchants Association responded by sending Iranna Kadadi, MP (Rajya Sabha), a letter. The following day, Kadadi met with Union Civil Aviation Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia in Delhi and demanded that daily flights from Belagavi to Delhi and Mumbai immediately resume. Sharad Patil, the president of the Belagavi Automobile Merchants Association, expressed his appreciation for the Minister’s answer.
MPs of Belagavi Letter Copy to Jyotriaditya Scindia
Regarding the aforementioned subject, I would like to let you know that my nodal district, Belagavi, is the largest district in Karnataka. Belagavi Airport is the oldest airport in North Karnataka and was constructed in 1942 by the Royal Air Force (RAF), serving the village of Sambra and the city of Belagavi (Belgaum).
Points by MPs:
Five Airlines were given 13 City connections through Belagavi Airport’s UDAN-III program (Indigo, SpiceJet, Alliance Air, Star Air, and Trujet).
Alliance Air stopped operating in the Pune sector as of October 28, 22.
In the past two months, SpiceJet has stopped operating in the Delhi, Hyderabad, and Mumbai sectors. Delhi will cease operations on December 9, 2022.
All three sectors had an excellent load.
Delhi had 280 passengers per day, which translates to 140 arrivals and 140 departures per day on average for the previous 13 months. 5 Two(2) Airlines now fly to nine cities.
Indigo is currently running to Bengaluru and Hyderabad.
Surat, Ahmedabad, Jodhpur, Mumbai, Indore, Nagpur, and Tirupati are all destinations served by Star Air. All of the Loads are very good.
Belagavi’s residents are quite disappointed because DELHI, SpiceJet’s trip to Mumbai, and Star Air’s flight to Nashik have been canceled.
It is requested that the StarAir flight to Nashik, the SpiceJet flight to Mumbai, and the Delhi flight resume.
Belagavi residents have asked for a connection to Varanasi because of the city’s large labor force, student population, business community, tourist attractions, and proximity to Ayodhya, Prayagraj, Lucknow, and Haridwar.
Demand that Indigo Airlines add more popular new routes from Belagavi to cities like Chennai, Mysuru, Mangaluru, and Pune.
There are numerous requests from the general public and passengers to start numerous flights and continue the flights from Belagavi Airport in this regard. Therefore, it is respectfully asked that more flights be launched from Belagavi Airport to other cities in addition to continuing the current ones. Please take into consideration our request and direct the relevant authority to begin the necessary process as soon as possible.
Iranna Kadadi reported that the Minister had given the request a favorable response.
Copy of Letter by Belagavi Core Development to the MPs of Belagavi
It is to be noted that. Belagavi Core Development Group approached MPs and requested them to Meet Scindia for the following flights. The group is constantly working behind without any photoshoots or fame to get things done for the City of Belagavi.
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