The UDAN Regional Connectivity Scheme is presented in an aircraft-shaped frame, according to the Ministry of Civil Aviation

The UDAN Regional Connectivity Scheme is presented in an aircraft-shaped frame, according to the Ministry of Civil Aviation

The middle portion showcases the Buddha circuit, featuring, Buddha Statue at Gaya where He attained enlightenment, Dhamekh Stupa, Sarnath where he delivered his first sermon (Dharmachakra Parivartan) and the Mahaparinirvana Stupa, Kushinagar where he attained Mahaparinirvana, the ministry said. “Both sides of the middle portion of the tableau depict heritage sites– Humayun tomb from North, Konark sun temple in East, Hampi temple chariot in South and Ajanta caves in West– connected with air services,” it stated. Humayun tomb is accessible through Indira Gandhi International airport, Delhi, Konark sun temple through Biju Patnaik International Airport, Bhubaneshwar, Hampi temple through Vidyanagar airport and Ajanta caves can be reached via Aurangabad airport, the note added.

According to a news release released by the Ministry of Civil Aviation on Saturday, the tableau highlights the Regional Connectivity Scheme UDAN (Ude Desh Ka Aam Nagrik) and the high dividends it has been delivering. The plan, which was designed by the ministry and implemented by the Airports Authority of India (AAI), aims to improve regional connectivity in a cost-effective and sustainable way. The front half of the aircraft-shaped tableau features women pilots, symbolising women’s power in Indian aviation, since India leads the world in female commercial pilots. The Buddhist emblem and the UDAN motto, Sab Uden, Sab Juden, are depicted in the tableau’s back half.

Launched in 2016, the UDAN scheme aims to fulfil the aspirations of the common man by following the vision of Ude Desh ka Aam Nagrik with enhanced aviation infrastructure and air connectivity in tier II and III cities, as per the press note. The first UDAN flight was flagged-off in 2017 at Shimla by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. In a short span of seven years, today 403 UDAN routes connect 65 underserved or unserved airports, including heliports and water aerodromes, and over 80 lakh people have benefited from it. UDAN scheme has immensely benefited several sectors pan-India including the hilly states, North-Eastern region and islands. UDAN airports have opened up the potential for employment, tourism, and better connectivity for the people.

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