Nashik Inc invites pvt, public airlines to start flights

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Industrialists from Nashik on Thursday invited private and public airlines to commence their services from the Ozar airport, around 20km from the city.

At a meeting called by the state government in Mumbai on Thursday, the Nashik Industries and Manufacturers’ Association (NIMA) invited airlines like Air India and Jet Airways to commence their air services from the Ozar airport. The meeting was attended by principal secretary of civil aviation Shyam Lal Goel, respresentatives of Air India, Jet Airways and a few small airlines. Read More…

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