Hindon Air Force Base To Now Handle Private Jets Along With Civilian Flights


The Airports Authority of India (AAI), which is building the civil terminal at the Hindon Air Force base in Ghaziabad, plans to shift operations of private jets along with the cheap flights operated under the regional connectivity scheme (RCS).

The plan entails shifting non-RCS flights whose carrying capacity is less than 80 seats to the Hindon air base once the new terminal for civil operations comes up, according to a report in Times of India.

The Hindon airbase is presently not availbale for any non-schedule operations.  The Uttar Pradesh government had signed a memorandum of association (MoA) with the AAI for developing infrastructureNSE -2.15 % for operating civilian flights under the RCS scheme.  Read More

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