Fifteen unserved airports or airstrips in Karnataka have found a place in a list of 394 facilities across the country that could opt for the regional connectivity scheme.
According to an official draft, in south India, Karnataka has the highest number of unserved airstrips of airports that could opt for the ambitious scheme drafted by the Ministry of Civil Aviation “to connect the unconnected” and “serve the unserved or underserved”.
The unused airports or airstrips in Karnataka include Ammasandra, Baldota/Koppal, Ballari, Bidar, Ginigera (Hospet), Hassan, Jakur, Kolar, Mysuru (Mandakalli), Raichur, Shahbad, Vidyanagar, Yadgir and Yelahanka. While Tamil Nadu has 13 such facilities, Telangana has 10, AP 4 and Kerala one.
West Bengal and Rajasthan have the highest number of facilities (35), followed by Bihar (32) and Uttar Pradesh (29). Adam Thielen Authentic JerseyShare This