Arunachal Sky Opens for Aviation Tourism


North east Indian hills state Arunachal Pradesh sky was officialy opened for aviation tourism on Wednesday.

On Wednesday, a chartered flight, eight tourists on board landed in Menchukha, which is located along the China border, official said.

“The flight of the North East Shuttle took off on Wednesday from Guwahati as followed the Guwhati-Jorhat-Lilabari-Aalo route and landed at Menchukha,” Arunchal government official said.

Now tourists will enjoy looking the natural beauty of the state through the aviation tourism and it will turned the state tourism as newer heights, Arunachal Pradesh Tourism Minister Prema Khandu added.

Meanwhile, the Arunachal government has planned for upgradation and reoperationalisation of all the airstrips in the state.

Hemanta Kumar Nath is a correspondent in Assam, India, who reports on local news in Assam, the north east Indian state.