PM Modi launches India’s first seaplane service in Gujarat

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has launched the nation’s first seaplane service between the Statue of Unity close to Kevadiya in Gujarat’s Narmada district and Sabarmati Riverfront in Ahmedabad. He travelled within the maiden flight of the twin-engine airplane from pond-3 near Sardar Sarovar Dam and landed at Sabarmati riverfront the place a water aerodrome has been arrange.


About the seaplane service:

  • The 19-seater seaplane will probably be managed by personal airline SpiceJet.
  • The service will cowl the 200km distance between Sabarmati and Kevadia, in simply 45 minutes by flight, which normally takes 4 hours.
  • The flight will be capable to accommodate 12 passengers and tickets will value Rs 4,800 per particular person.`
  • There will probably be 4 flights a day between Ahmedabad and Kevadia on either side, which suggests 4 arrivals and 4 departures.

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