India’s first seaplane service launched by PM Modi

Published on November 01, 2020
Current Context: Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched India’s first-ever seaplane service connecting Statue of Unity in Kevadia with Sabarmati Riverfront in Ahmedabad.
India’s first seaplane service launched by PM Modi
  • It is the 19 seater seaplane and will be managed by SpiceJet airline. 
  • The seaplane service will cover 200km of distance in around 40-45 minutes.
  • There will be four flights a day between Ahmedabad and Kevadia on each side i.e. there will be four arrivals and four departures.
  • The ticket price for per person is Rs 4800. 
  • It is fitted with a twin Otter 300, efficient Twin Turboprop Pratt & Whitney PT6A-27 engines.
  • Static Part: 
    • Capital of Gujarat: Gandhinagar
    • CM of Gujarat: Vijay Rupani
    • Governor of Gujarat: Acharya Devvrat
    • State animal of Gujarat: Asiatic Lion
    • Dams in Gujarat: Ukai Dam (Tapti River), Dharoi Dam (Sabarmati River), Kadana Dam (Mahi River), Dantiwada Dam (Banas River)

Question: 

Q.1 In which state was India’s first seaplane service launched by PM Modi?
a. Kerala
b. Goa
c. Gujarat
d. Tamil Nadu

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