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The driven Ude Desh ka Aam Nagrik (UDAN) scheme introduced by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in 2016 with a mean to enhance air connectivity and make the travel by plane reasonable is set to make another progressive stride.
According to the reports, the government is settling the journey or path under the third period of UDAN which also includes some international destinations.
As per a leading daily, DNA the ‘International UDAN’ plan will concentrate on the augmentation of the Regional Connectivity Scheme (RCS) to universal courses and goals.
The report expressed that under the plan, Assam air terminals may get availability to Bangkok and Kathmandu while Bihar airplane terminals may get an immediate network to air terminals in Nepal, Bangladesh, and Myanmar and Chennai could get its worldwide trip to Singapore.
According to the report, carriers like Spicejet have taken an interest in the proposal.
Under UDAN, flight tickets to small towns can’t surpass Rs 2,500 for a one-hour venture. The administration is intending to grow this to universal courses, offering flight tickets beginning from Rs 2500.
Well, this must be a piece of exciting news for people in India!