Deputy CM Dushyant Chautala said, Haryana has witnessed a surge in the aviation sector, ships will soon fly on 9 routes.

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Deputy CM Dushyant Chautala said, Haryana has witnessed a surge in the aviation sector, ships will soon fly on 9 routes.

Haryana: Deputy Chief Minister Dushyant Chautala said that the Civil Aviation Department has achieved many notable achievements and made great strides in the last four years. Recently, an aviation conference, Wings India-2024, was held in Hyderabad where three MoUs were signed. The first of these happened with the Airport Authority of India. Under this agreement, the management of equipment, operations and technical support at the airport will be handled by the Airport Authority of India.

30 acres of land was handed over to the Government of India

Deputy CM Dushyant Chautala said that the second MoU was signed between Pawanhans Limited, Government of India and Government of Haryana. For this purpose, the Civil Aviation Department of Haryana has taken over 30 hectares of land from HSIIDC and handed it over to the Government of India. This land is located on Dwarka Express in Gurugram. The largest heli hub in the country will be built there. This helicopter hub will be located just 13 kilometers from the Indira Gandhi International Airport in Delhi. From this helicopter hub, the entire North India will get facilities like helicopter taxi services, private charter and medical ambulance helicopter services as an EPIC center.

Agreement signed between the Alliance and the Government of Haryana

Commenting on the third MoU, Deputy Chief Minister Dushyant Chautala said that this agreement was signed between Alliance Air and the Government of Haryana. 9 flight routes have been identified in the state where flights will be operated on the basis of Viability Gap Funding (VGF) scheme. Of these, two ships will fly from Hisar three days a week. After the construction of the civil terminal in Ambala, air traffic will begin from there. Representatives of the country’s other major airlines Akasa, IndiGo and SpiceJet have also expressed their desire to use Hisar Airport like Chandigarh Airport for parking in the future as air traffic at Delhi International Airport is increasing day by day. In such a situation, Hisar Airport will also prove beneficial as an excellent option for parking ships at night.

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