First UDAN flight to inaugrate today by PM Narendra Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will launch the ambitious UDAN, a scheme to help people to fly cheap to small-towns, today. Three flights will be flagged off from Jubbarhatti, an airport on the outskirts of Shimla-Delhi, Kadapa-Hyderabad, and the Nanded-Hyderabad sectors by Prime Minister Narendra Modi today on 27th April 2017.

Delhi-Simla-Delhi will be operated by Air India | ATR 42/72 aircraft while Kadapa-Hyderabad & Nanded-Hyderabad will be operated by TruJet | ATR72-500 aircraft.


TruJet | ATR 72-500 | VT-TMU seen at Bengaluru by Prathamesh Kini

About Udan : 

UDAN is short for "Ude Desh ka Aam Naagrik", meaning common man flies. With aviation being regarded as a sunrise sector, it became the centerpiece of India's first national aviation policy launched in June last year.

The lowest airfare is Rs. 2,500. The Prime Minister's office called it a "first-of-its-kind scheme globally to stimulate regional connectivity through a market-based mechanism".




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