Small towns to figure in air map

Airlines make beeline for tier-III and IV cities, government modernising defunct airports 
 
So what is common among Lilabari in Assam, Bellary in Karnataka and Latur in Maharashtra.? 
 
The answer is simple: Inhabitants in these small cities and towns can now junk train and fly across to the nearest metro city, as domestic carriers are finding connectivity to these routes good business. 
 
Over the last six months, more than 20 small cities (tier-III and tier-IV) have been added to the air map of the country and the number is expected to double in the next six months, as more and more defunct airports are being modernised by the government. 

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