Mumbai: In a recent development, Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched India’s first seaplane service connecting the world’s tallest statue ‘Statue of Unity’ in Kevadia with Sabarmati Riverfront in Ahmedabad.
He also flew on its first flight from the statue to Ahmedabad in the seaplane after the inauguration. The tickets for the 30-minute flight, operated by Spicejet, will cost as low as ₹1,500 one-way.
Gujarat: PM Narendra Modi travels on the maiden seaplane flight from Kevadia to Sabarmati
The flight connects Sabarmati riverfront in Ahmedabad to Statue of Unity in Kevadia, Narmada district pic.twitter.com/5e9w6PdAgs
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday took the maiden seaplane flight from Kevadia to Sabarmati. The flight connects the Sabarmati riverfront in Ahmedabad to the Statue of Unity in Kevadia in the Narmada district. “Today, a seaplane service from Sabarmati riverfront to Kevadia will be started. This will help boost tourism in this area,” the PM had said earlier in the day.
Earlier on Friday, the Prime Minister inaugurated the famous Sardar Patel zoological park known as Jungle Safari in Kevadia. The zoological park has been established near the 182-meter high Statue of Unity.
The PM also inaugurated ‘Arogya Van’, ‘Ekta Mall’, and ‘Children’s Nutrition Park’ in the same city yesterday. ‘Arogya Van’ is home to hundreds of plants and herbs that have medicinal value.