Number of airports in India to be doubled in two years.

The aviation sector in India will get a giant leap soon. According to reports the Central government is planning to double the number of airports in the country over the course of next two to three years.The objective is to serve the largely untapped domestic aviation industry which has seen an increase in passengers.The Minister of State for Civil Aviation, Jayant Sinha has said that under the UDAN (Udey Desh Ka Aam Nagrik) scheme the number of airports will be doubled in next two to three years.The Government on July 1 had unveiled a draft UDAN scheme, fixing an all inclusive fare at Rs 2,500 for one-hour flights to try and make flying affordable for the common man.The scheme was aimed at developing regional routes that are “under developed” with increased profitability.

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