Civil Aviation dept to invite fresh bids for Hisar routes


After the Civil Aviation Department received only one bid of non-licensed non-scheduled operator for functioning on four routes, the department has decided to invite fresh bids after incentivising the state-run UDAAN (Uday Desh Ka Aam Nagrik) scheme on the lines of the Central scheme.

Based on discussion with private operators, the government has decided to include operators with smaller planes (those with less than nine seats) for the Hisar-Delhi, Hisar-Chandigarh-Dehradun, Hisar-Chandigarh-Jammu, Hisar-Jaipur and Hisar-Chandigarh routes.

However, it has been laid down that in case of two bids on the same route, the operator with the higher number of seats will be preferred. Read More

You may also read!

All you need to know about the Territorial Army’s 106 Infantry Battalion, where Dhoni is heading

Former Indian skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni has been granted permission to train with Territorial Army’s 106 Infantry Battalion -

Read More...

India-Russia Defense Collaboration Surges

Russia and India have been collaborating on an increasing number of defense deals related to frigates, attack submarines, air

Read More...

India-Israel Naval meeting in Gujarat

The 12th India-Israel Navy Staff Meeting to progress the Service Matter Expertise (SME) Exchange between the navies of the

Read More...

Leave a reply:

Mobile Sliding Menu