Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr Everyone dreams to travel international and spend some time in other countries. But many can’t do this because of high fares of the international flights. But, now you can live your dream as the government is going to finalize the fares under the third phase of UDAN (Ude Desh ka Aam Nagrik) scheme. Government has gotten more than 100 proposals under the third phase of UDAN scheme. According to our reports Assam will be connected under the UDAN through services to Bangkok, Thailand, Kathmandu. Also Bihar State air terminals will be connected to Nepal, Bangladesh and Myanmar. Additionally, Chennai may likewise get international flight to Singapore, sources said. UDAN was launched in 2016 to make air travel moderate for individuals through subsidised ticket rates and to give air availability to smaller towns. The point is associating major cities with level II and level III urban communities at a cost of Rs 2,500 for one-hour flight. Five airlines were ordered to fly on 128 regional routes in the first phase in March 2017, and 15 airlines on 325 regional routes, including those having chopper operations, in the second phase in January a year ago.