10 companies have expresses interest in starting air shuttle services, Devender Singh

S.K.Vyas | January 10, 2019 11:34 AM

CHANDIGARH:  Haryana Additional Chief Secretary, Civil Aviation,  Devender Singh today held a meeting in New Delhi with fifteen companies of the aviation sector for developing Air Shuttle Services in a phased manner in the State.

Devender Singh said that 10 companies have expressed their interest in starting air shuttle services in the state. On the pattern of Centre Government, the Haryana Government would also give the benefit of Viability Gap Funding to the aviation sector companies under the state freight plan. There is a high probability that the Air Shuttle services would begin in the first week of February in the state, he informed.

Those present included Advisor, Haryana Civil Aviation Department, Mr Ashok Sangwan, Inspector General of Police (Intelligence), Anil Rao, the founding member of the Joint Working Group, Capt.  Rajesh Pratap Singh, Project Director, Group Capt.  A. S. Gill and representative of fifteen companies.

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