New Delhi: Union Civil Aviation Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia has said that special flights will be operated from Indore to South India for Pravasi Bharatiya Divas and Global Investors summit to be organized in January 2023.
Scindia made the above remark while talking to the reporters after a meeting held with officials and public representatives regarding preparations for the NRI meet in Indore from January 8 to 10.
Scindia said, “The flights will be operated from Indore to three regions in south which include, Indore-Chennai, Chennai-Indore, Kochi-Indore via Bangalore, Kochi-Indore via Hyderabad, Indore-Kochi via Hyderabad, Thiruvanthipuram-Indore via Bangalore and Indore-Thiruvananthapuram via Bangalore.
These flights will be operated between January 8 and 12 so that people do not face problems in visiting Indore and attending both the programs here. I hope it will be a historic program and we are working along with Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan to make the program successful.”
Scindia further said, “Earlier, Indore was connected with 11 cities and now it has connected with 22 cities in the last 17 months. The air traffic movement was 305 a week from Indore airport in the past but now it has increased to 457 air traffic movements a week. Indore is connected with Dubai and efforts are being made for the development of Indore airport.”