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Heli-India Summit: Centre approves major revamp of Srinagar, Jammu airports

Scindia announces Rs 2360 cr airport package to ‘transform’ J&K

 

October 11, 2022 | BK News Service

Srinagar, Oct 10: Union Civil Aviation Minister Jyotiraditya M. Scindia said on Monday that the Centre has planned a major revamp of the civilians airports in the twin capital cities of Jammu and Kashmir.
Scindia made these remarks during a summit on the theme “Helicopters for Last Mile Connectivity” organized by the Ministry of Civil Aviation, Government of India with the support of the Government of J&K, Pawan Hans Ltd. and FICCI.
Scindia termed the summit as a historic moment for J&K. A new beginning has been made in the expansion of helicopter services, he added.
Progress and Prosperity of Jammu and Kashmir is the dream of Hon’ble Prime Minister and to realize this dream, Civil Aviation is coming up a Civil Enclave (Airport) at Jammu worth Rs.861 crore and expansion of the Terminal Building at Srinagar at a cost of Rs.1500 crore, said the Union Minister.
Work has been started for implementing “Heli Policy” and use of helicopters in emergency medical services, he added.
Welcoming the stakeholders of Civil aviation sector and Helicopter industry from across the country to Jammu and Kashmir, the Lt Governor observed that the Heli India Summit will play a significant role in promoting Heli-seva as last mile connectivity.
“Various scenic destinations in Jammu Kashmir witnessing year-round tourist influx, which has the potential to boost Heli-Tourism market in the UT. We are committed to facilitate and help in the growth of Heli operations. I invite Industry Captains to be partners in this transformational journey”, said the Lt Governor.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has ensured Nav-Nirman of J&K UT with robust infrastructure, road-connectivity to all villages, housing, rural electrification and full utilization of natural and human resources to meet the demands of the modern society, the Lt Governor observed.

 

Heli-India Summit: Centre approves major revamp of Srinagar, Jammu airports

Scindia announces Rs 2360 cr airport package to ‘transform’ J&K

 

October 11, 2022 | BK News Service

Srinagar, Oct 10: Union Civil Aviation Minister Jyotiraditya M. Scindia said on Monday that the Centre has planned a major revamp of the civilians airports in the twin capital cities of Jammu and Kashmir.
Scindia made these remarks during a summit on the theme “Helicopters for Last Mile Connectivity” organized by the Ministry of Civil Aviation, Government of India with the support of the Government of J&K, Pawan Hans Ltd. and FICCI.
Scindia termed the summit as a historic moment for J&K. A new beginning has been made in the expansion of helicopter services, he added.
Progress and Prosperity of Jammu and Kashmir is the dream of Hon’ble Prime Minister and to realize this dream, Civil Aviation is coming up a Civil Enclave (Airport) at Jammu worth Rs.861 crore and expansion of the Terminal Building at Srinagar at a cost of Rs.1500 crore, said the Union Minister.
Work has been started for implementing “Heli Policy” and use of helicopters in emergency medical services, he added.
Welcoming the stakeholders of Civil aviation sector and Helicopter industry from across the country to Jammu and Kashmir, the Lt Governor observed that the Heli India Summit will play a significant role in promoting Heli-seva as last mile connectivity.
“Various scenic destinations in Jammu Kashmir witnessing year-round tourist influx, which has the potential to boost Heli-Tourism market in the UT. We are committed to facilitate and help in the growth of Heli operations. I invite Industry Captains to be partners in this transformational journey”, said the Lt Governor.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has ensured Nav-Nirman of J&K UT with robust infrastructure, road-connectivity to all villages, housing, rural electrification and full utilization of natural and human resources to meet the demands of the modern society, the Lt Governor observed.

 


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