There will soon be international flights between Sharjah and Srinagar, so Jammu and Kashmir will be on the international air map. The Ministry of Civil Aviation has approved commercial flight services between the two cities.
Along with J&K Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha, Civil Aviation Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia told a news conference that this would be a historic step for J&K and its staff. This feature will also make it easier for foreign travelers to log in directly to Johnson & Johnson.
According to reports, Sharjah was the destination of choice as this place provides a lot of business between traders in both destinations. An official also mentioned that J&J has built an immigration infrastructure. He also added that Sharjah Airport is also a convenient transit point to Dubai and the UAE due to the high demand for business travel between Srinagar and Sharjah.
The Ministry of Civil Aviation also mentioned that international flights may start soon and the terminal at Srinagar Airport will be expanded from 25,000 square meters to 63,000 square meters. In addition, INR 15 billion will be invested in Srinagar Airport and INR 6 billion will be invested in Jammu Airport.