New Delhi / Rajasthan, July 29 (ANI): In yet another achievement to Airports Authority of India’s legacy, the Kishangarh airport in Rajasthan is likely to be operational by next month. AAI officials believe the new airport will cater to a large number of tourists who visit the city of Ajmer on regular basis. About 100 km from Jaipur, the airport will cater not just to Kishangarh but also Ajmer and Pushkar, the nearby cities that see a massive footfall of tourists who visit the Ajmer Sharif Dargah and the annual Pushkar fair. The Kishangarh airport will cater to a big mass of people who come to this city for its mega marble market. Airports Authority of India manages 125 airports, which include 18 international airport and 78 domestic airports. Many new airports are coming up which will help improve air connectivity in near future.
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