Cabinet nod for swapping of AAI land at Rajahmundry airport with State Govt. for road project

The Union Cabinet yesterday approved a proposal for the swapping of 10.25 acres of land belonging to the Airports Authority of India (AAI) at Rajahmundry Airport with equivalent extent of land belonging to the Government of Andhra Pradesh.
The proposal is intended to provide road connectivity to the villages around the Rajahmundry Airport, in order to facilitate ease of access to the general public of the area, an official press release said.
"The proposal will provide road connectivity and thus, ease of access to the general public of the area, especially facilitating access to farmers to their agricultural land," the release added.


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