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)


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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