India gets its 100th airport - Pakyong Airport in Sikkim
The Prime Minister Narendra Modi has inaugurated the 100th airport of the country. Located 4,500 feet from sea level, the Pakyong Airport in Sikkim has been constructed at a cost of more than Rs 600 crore by Airports Authority of India. The airport is spread over 201 acres and is equipped with ATC tower-cum-fire station, two sophisticated CFT, one terminal building for passengers, high-intensity runway lights, parking for over 50 vehicles.
The first commercial flight from Pakyong would begin from October 4.
@EPC World Media