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The people who travel through flight are considered to be rich and wealthy. Many of the crowd from mediocre to poor class even desire to fulfill their dreams on having air travel through aerial medium class. Earlier a decade ago, it was considered to be a huge sumptuousness status symbol for the rich high-class people.
Well, I just came across a very humble person who is a businessman from Tamil Nadu who thought of taking his close relatives to have an experience of air travel. M Ravikumar, the textile businessman who is from a small village in Tamilnadu planned a nice trip for his close ones and spend whopping 4 lakh Rupees for flight tickets.
The businessman worked for 5 years to provide the experience of traveling in flights for a total of 120 family members. The entire family and other close relatives traveled from Devarayampalauam to Chennai including six generations of his family among which his 101-year-old grandmother was excited to travel.
“As I gave preference to old people, the group had people between the age of 50 and 101 years,” Ravikumar expressed to Times Of India.
“My uncle who is working at the airport suggested this flight, helped apply for senior citizen concession for at least 20 people,” he added further.
Recently held Global Aviation Summit by the Civil Aviation Minister Suresh Prabhu in Mumbai has future plans for the Aviation Department. The objective of the Summit is to provide a platform to the aviation industry to discuss the challenges faced in the newly developing growth spots and understand how technology-driven innovations will change air travel in the future.
It also aims to be the most comprehensive platform for civil aviation, witnessing a vivid representation from global leaders from airlines, manufacturers, investors, vendors, cargo, space industry, banking institutions, skill development agencies and states and UTs of India.
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