TASK hails late night landing facility at Srinagar
Srinagar, July 17: Travel Agents Society of Kashmir or TASK has hailed the defence ministry decision to allow night landing facility at Srinagar International Airport up to 10 PM.
In a statement here today President and Vice President TASK said the decision would help promote Kashmir tourism in a big way.
They said allowing late night flights at the airport would facilitate week-end tourism in the Valley.
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