Haryana unveils aviation hub in Hisar

    Haryana Aviation Hub
    The state government in Haryana has decided to set up an airport and an aviation hub in Hisar. A feasibility report and the Centre's approval have already been received to provide air-link to this counter-magnet city to other parts of the country, Executive Director of Haryana Institute of Civil Aviation, Capt. DK Punia said, adding that initially the city would be linked to Delhi, Chandigarh, and Jaipur. The small distance air services would begin in the first phase. The 20 seat and 40-seat airplanes would be available on these routes. Flights to Mumbai, Ahmadabad and other far-off cities would start in the next phase and Haryana government has expedited work on the mega project. The government is thinking that besides a rise in demand for airport connectivity, there is urgent need for expanding services such as maintenance, repair, overhaul (MRO) and Fixed Base Operation (FBO). The new project would be developed over 3,000 acres adjoining the existing Hisar airfield, which will also have features such as aircraft parking and transit facilities, an aerospace park and an aviation training centre.
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