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Andhau Airstrip, Ghazipur
|Owner||Uttar Pradesh State Government|
|Location||Ghazipur, Uttar Pradesh, India|
|Elevation AMSL||230 ft / 70 m|
Andhau Airstrip, Ghazipur is an airstrip, situated in Ghazipur in Uttar Pradesh, India. It is located on the Ghazipur-Mau Road, 7 kilometres from Ghazipur. The airstrip is owned by the State Government and currently used for VIP charters only.
Airlines and destinations
The airport/airstrip has only unscheduled chartered flights.
At present it doesn't has any basic facilities of airport like a terminal building or air traffic control. In January 2019, it was proposed to develop as an airport under UDAN III by central government. State government (owner) has not started any kind of upgrading process yet.
The airstrip was set up by the British Administration during World War II, is spread over 63 acres and has a 4,800 ft (1,463 m) runway with asphalt surface. It is located at an elevation of 230 ft (70 m) above mean sea level. In January 2019, SpiceJet was awarded routes to Kolkata and Delhi from this airport as part of the government's Regional Connectivity Scheme, UDAN III.
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