Bids for five flight routes to be opened on Feb 21


Keen on operating flights to and from Hisar, the Haryana Government will open bids for five routes under the state-run UDAAN (Uday Desh Ka Aam Nagrik) scheme while looking for inclusion in the Centre’s Regional Connectivity Scheme, which aims at connecting unserved or under-served airports of the country.

Sources said while the state Civil Aviation Department was all set to open bids for operations between Hisar-Delhi, Hisar-Chandigarh-Dehradun, Hisar-Chandigarh-Jammu, Hisar-Jaipur and Hisar-Chandigarh on February 21, the state is exploring the option of getting these routes included in the Centre’s scheme.

The benefit from the inclusion will mean that the Centre will bear the burden of the 80 percent viability gap (difference between the actual fare and the fare paid by the passenger) funding for the operations for 50 per cent of the seats, while only 20 per cent of it will have to be borne by the state government. Read More

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