First flight from Adampur Airport to Delhi

Under Regional Connectivity Scheme starts from today
Adampur airport will be 4th airport in Punjab to operate RCS flights and services
Thesynergyonline Aerospace Bureau
NEW DELHI, MAY 01 : The first flight from Adampur Airport to Delhi under Regional Connectivity Scheme is going to take off from 01.05.2018. Adampur Airport will be 4th airport in Punjab to operate RCS flights. This flight will operate 7 days a week, with Q-400 Bombardier 78 seater Aircraft.

First flight

Adampur to

Under Regional Connectivity Scheme from May 01, 2018.

Adampur Airport is an Airforce airport. Airports Authority of India is developing a Civil Enclave at this airport in 2 Phases. Since, Adampur Airport was selected as one of the Airports for operation of RCS flights in Round 1 and flights were to be commenced at the earliest, a small Terminal building of size 375 sqm has been constructed at this airport with Prefabricated structure along with approach road, a small car parking and other associated structures as interim measure.

The Terminal building is fully air-conditioned & has all the modern facilities and passenger amenities including FIDS, CCTV etc. apart from Airlines ticketing counters, public Toilets. First flight on 01.05.2018 will operate from this Terminal building only. Since Apron for civil flights is to be constructed in phase 2, Aircraft will be parked on Taxi Track in Airforce area for the time being

In the second phase, a large Terminal Building, Apron, Taxi track, Car parking, dedicated Substation etc. shall be constructed. Terminal Building will be of size of 5000 sqm , will have passenger capacity of 150 Departure / 150 Arrival & will have all the ultramodern facilities including Baggage Handling System, central Air-conditioning, FIDS, CCTV, etc.