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Ram temple consecration ceremony; High-profile figures flock to Ayodhya, 40 applications for chartered flights

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AYODHYA: More than 40 chartered flights have approached the Maharishi Valmiki International Airport (MVIAA) authorities in Ayodhya seeking permission. Chartered flights have been submitted for VVIPs arriving to attend the consecration ceremony at the Ayodhya Ram Temple on January 22.

"To date, we have received 40 applications from chartered airlines. The number is sure to reach a hundred. We are worried about controlling all this. But we are confident that we can do it properly by deploying more staff" - MVIAA Director Vinod Kumar Garg responded.

Chartered flights are applied to transport individuals, corporate heads and celebrities as influencers in the country and abroad. A chartered flight is the hiring of an entire aircraft.

Ultra-luxurious private jets such as the Dassault Falcon 2000, Embraer 135LR and Legacy 650, Cessna, Beechcraft Super King Air 200 and Bombardier are among those that have applied for permission to land.

However, they are only allowed to drop off guests at the airport. No parking allowed. This is because of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's aircrafts. Four parking slots are reserved for the Prime Minister's aircraft. MVIAA has a total of eight bays. After dropping off the guests within the specified time, the flights should go to the nearest airport. They are allowed to come back only after the Prime Minister leaves after the inauguration and other functions.

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