The aviation unit of Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited laid the foundation stone of its aviation station at the newly constructed International Airport Kushinagar. BPCL will spend about three and a half crore rupees on this project. BPCL is working towards making this station ready by September. With the construction of this station, fuel will be arranged for the flights coming on the runway. In view of the 2022 assembly elections, if sources are to be believed, Prime Minister Narendra Modi can inaugurate this airport between October and November.
BPCL’s Chief General Manager North Zone Mo Ghiyasuddin and Airport Director AK Dwivedi laid the foundation stone of the aviation station at the newly constructed International Airport of UP, Kushinagar, by reciting worship amidst Vedic chants according to Hindu religion. This aviation station will be ready in about 900 square meters.
It will take about two and a half months to build this aviation station. He said that our target is to complete it by the end of September. This aviation station is needed at the international airport. Fuel will be arranged for the flights coming to the airport.
General Manager Mr. Ghiyasuddin said that initially fuel will be supplied to this station from Kanpur depot. After increasing the number of flights, as the consumption starts increasing, after that it will be directly connected to the refinery. In future, by laying a pipeline, arrangements will be made to supply fuel directly to the aircraft on the runway itself. Separate points will be made for this. The General Manager said that this airport will be very important for UP and Bihar.
Airport director AK Dwivedi has assured full cooperation in the work. AK Dwivedi said that the airport will prove to be a milestone in the development of Purvanchal. Once this airport is started, the leagues of UP and Bihar will have a lot of convenience in their movement. It will be easy for the visitors coming to see Lord Buddha in Kushinagar.
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