The fare from Ahmedabad to the Statue of Unity in a sea plane is Rs. 1500 fixed: Rs. Three thousand

Ahmedabad. 29: Single fare to go to Statue of Unity in C-plane Rs. It is learned that 1500 has been decided.

On October 31, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will inaugurate the C-Plane on the Sabarmati Riverfront. Earlier, it was speculated that the fare for a one-way ticket from Ahmedabad to the Statue of Unity was Rs. 500 but the good news for the tourists is that, today it has been officially announced that under the flight scheme, the fare of one-way ticket from Ahmedabad to the Statue of Unity is Rs. It will be 1500. So the coming and going tourist has to spend three thousand.

After nine months, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is visiting Gujarat. During the visit, Narendra Modi is scheduled to inaugurate C-Play. The Prime Minister will reach the riverfront in a sea plane from the Statue of Unity. While there is a controversy over Junagadh rope-way ticket, one-way ticket of C-plane also cost Rs. There was speculation that it was 200.

However, SpiceJet today officially said that there will be two daily flights between Ahmedabad and the Statue of Unity. The Statue of Unity can be reached from Ahmedabad in just 30 minutes by sea plane. Online booking for C-plane tickets will start from October 30. One way ticket fare from Ahmedabad to Statue of Unity under flight scheme is Rs. It will be 1500. 15 seater twin otter aircraft will be used.

It may be mentioned that C-plane has reached Ahmedabad from Maldives and trial run has also been taken. All preparations have been finalized for the aerodrome of C-Play at Sabarmati River and Statue of Unity. Ahmedabad, Sabarmati Riverfront has since been taken over by SPGA. Tight police arrangements are being made.

One-way tickets will start from Rs 1,500 per day. There will be two daily flights. Kevadia will reach from Ahmedabad in just 30 minutes.

Following the inauguration of the C-plane, Sabarmati Riverfront has been turned into a police camp. A grand rehearsal of the C-plane will be held on Thursday. It will be held in the same manner as the opening day, however, the green signal was not given by the DGCA till late Wednesday evening regarding the seating of passengers in the C-plane. It is now likely that the formalities of this approval will be completed by the DGCA.