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Named after Lord Ram, Ayodhya international airport to be ready by next year-end
Chief Minister Adityanath has said that the airport being built in Ayodhya will have international status. He expects that there will be heavy domestic and international traffic to Ayodhya when the Lord Ram temple is completed. December 2021 has been fixed as the deadline for opening of the airport. It will be named after Lord Ram.

LUCKNOW, Sept 14: In order to make the Ayodhya airport an international airport, the Uttar Pradesh Government has decided to acquire an additional 600 acres of land. A survey was already done in May. The earlier plan to acquire 285 acres is already underway.

The Government had approved Rs 525 crore for the construction of the airport. A sum of Rs 300 crore has already been spent.

Chief Minister Adityanath has said the airport will have international status. He expects that there will be heavy domestic and international traffic to Ayodhya when the Lord Ram temple is completed. Therefore, December 2021 has been fixed as the deadline for the completion of the airport.

Civil Aviation Minister of UP Nandgopal Gupta Nandi said that the airport will now be expanded and named after Lord Ram. He said that the airport in Ayodhya would have landing facility for 777 Boeings. Nandi said the process of land acquisition for the Ayodhya airport is going on.

The new airport will come up in the location of a Government airstrip already existing in Sultanpur Naaka in the earlier Faizabad district. Ayodhya was a city and district headquarters of Faizabad district. The official name of the district was changed from Faizabad to Ayodhya in November 2018. Ayodhya continues to be the district headquarters also.

Meanwhile, the temple map for the Ram temple has been approved. The Ayodhya Development Authority has handed over the approved map to Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Tirtha Kshetra Trust office-bearers. It was passed unanimously at the authority meeting on September 2.

A new railway station and bus station are also being built. A 192-km highway connecting Ayodhya with Varanasi is under construction.

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