Madhya Pradesh

SpiceJet to launch eight new flights connecting Madhya Pradesh: Jyotiraditya Scindia

Jyotiraditya Scindia took charge of the Civil Aviation Ministry on Friday.

connecting new flights Madhya Pradesh Civil Aviation Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia said on Sunday that the airline SpiceJet will start eight new flights connecting Madhya Pradesh with Maharashtra and Gujarat from Friday. Scindia tweeted and said, ‘Good news for Madhya Pradesh. Eight new flights through SpiceJet from Friday, July 16; Gwalior-Mumbai-Gwaliar, Gwalior-Pune-Gwaliar, Jabalpur-Surat-Jabalpur, Ahmedabad-Gwaliar-Ahmedabad. He said that the Ministry of Civil Aviation and the aviation industry are committed to take ‘UDAN Yojana’ to greater heights.Also Read – MP: IAS officer arrested for preparing fake documents of court verdict, watch video

It is noteworthy that under the UDAN scheme, the selected airlines are given financial assistance by the airport operators along with the central and state governments so that they can fly from such airports where the number of passengers is less and they can also keep the airfares affordable. able to Also Read – Revenge of a lover injured in love, shot dead three people including a girl and committed suicide

Let us inform that Jyotiraditya Scindia took charge of the Ministry of Civil Aviation on Friday. Scindia, a prominent leader of Madhya Pradesh, took oath as a cabinet minister on Wednesday. He joined BJP in March 2020 and is currently a Rajya Sabha member. Simultaneously, General VK Singh took charge as the Minister of State for Civil Aviation. He is also the Minister of Road Transport and Highways. Also Read – Bombay High Court entrusted Jyotiraditya Scindia as the Civil Aviation Minister as soon as he took over

Soon after taking charge, Scindia chaired a meeting to review the ongoing work in the Ministry of Civil Aviation and discussed the future course of action. Singh, Civil Aviation Secretary Pradeep Singh Kharola and other officials of the ministry were present in the meeting.

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