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Heliport Service : Heliport Service Between Agra And Mathura Will Start Soon

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For the first time in the state, the operation of heliport service between Agra and Mathura will start soon. At the same time, preparations are being made to start heliport service from Lucknow to Naimisharanya and Dudhwa National Park. Tourism Minister Jaiveer Singh informed that the tourism department had invited tender for the heliport service between Agra and Mathura. Fly Blade, Rajas Adventure, Oasis, Shaurya Aeronautics, Sririsha Technology have been selected in the technical tender. After opening the financial bids of these companies, the cabinet will seal the selected companies. He told that Fly Blade operates air service in Shirdi in Maharashtra and Rajas Adventure operates sea plane in Gujarat.

1.25 million foreign tourists came
Jaiveer Singh said that from 2017 to 2021, there has been an increase of 27% in the number of tourists in the state. More than 125 crore Indian tourists and more than 1.25 crore foreign tourists have come to the state. The number of hotels and rooms has also increased in the state and four and a half thousand rooms have also increased. In Ground Breaking Ceremony 3, 23 projects worth Rs 575 crore are coming off the ground.

Investment in tourism has increased in the state in the last five years. 1084 projects worth about three thousand crore rupees for tourism development have landed on the ground. In GBC-3, the foundation stone of three new hotels has been laid in Gorakhpur at a cost of about one hundred and fifty crores. Three hotels are going to be built in Bareilly at a cost of 70 crores, Wellness Tourism in Meerut at a cost of 94 crores and Taj Hotel and Convention Center in Agra at a cost of 66 crores.

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For the first time in the state, the operation of heliport service between Agra and Mathura will start soon. At the same time, preparations are being made to start heliport service from Lucknow to Naimisharanya and Dudhwa National Park.

Tourism Minister Jaiveer Singh informed that the tourism department had invited tender for the heliport service between Agra and Mathura. Fly Blade, Rajas Adventure, Oasis, Shaurya Aeronautics, Sririsha Technology have been selected in the technical tender. After opening the financial bids of these companies, the cabinet will seal the selected companies. He told that Fly Blade operates air service in Shirdi in Maharashtra and Rajas Adventure operates sea plane in Gujarat.

1.25 million foreign tourists came

Jaiveer Singh said that from 2017 to 2021, there has been an increase of 27% in the number of tourists in the state. More than 125 crore Indian tourists and more than 1.25 crore foreign tourists have come to the state. The number of hotels and rooms has also increased in the state and four and a half thousand rooms have also increased. In Ground Breaking Ceremony 3, 23 projects worth Rs 575 crore are coming off the ground.

Investment in tourism has increased in the state in the last five years. 1084 projects worth about three thousand crore rupees for tourism development have landed on the ground. In GBC-3, the foundation stone of three new hotels has been laid in Gorakhpur at a cost of about one hundred and fifty crores. Three hotels are going to be built in Bareilly at a cost of 70 crores, Wellness Tourism in Meerut at a cost of 94 crores and Taj Hotel and Convention Center in Agra at a cost of 66 crores.

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