Uttarakhand News: Union Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia Announced New Heli Policy Of India

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New Heli Policy of India: On Friday, Union Minister Scindia announced the new heli policy at the third heli conference at Jollygrant Airport in collaboration with the Ministry of Civil Aviation, Federation of Indian Chambers of Industry and Commerce (FICCI), Uttarakhand Civil Aviation Development Authority.

Union Civil Aviation Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia reached Uttarakhand
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Union Civil Aviation Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia has announced the country’s new heli policy from Uttarakhand. To promote the heli service industry in the country, the government has focused on 10 key points in this policy. Three expressways will be developed in the country for emergency helicopter medical service. Apart from this, heli hubs will be set up in four cities. To overcome the air traffic problem, separate routes will be prescribed for aircraft and heli services. No landing and parking charges will be levied on Heli services anywhere in the country.

On Friday, Union Minister Scindia announced the new heli policy at the third heli conference in association with the Ministry of Civil Aviation, Federation of Indian Chambers of Industry and Commerce (FICCI), Uttarakhand Civil Aviation Development Authority. He said that the government has made a new policy to promote the heli industry. At present, there are only 190 helicopters operating in the country. Under the new policy, an expressway will be developed between Delhi-Mumbai, Ambala-Kotpuli, Ambala-Bhatinda-Jamnagar for emergency helicopter medical service.

So that patients can get immediate medical care. Apart from this, four heli hubs of Juhu, Guwahati, Delhi and Bangalore will be built in Mumbai. 82 routes in 10 cities have been identified for development of helicopter corridors. Initially, 6 routes will be made operational with four helicopters. Which will be between Juhu-Pune, Malalakshmi Race Course-Pune, Gandhinagar-Ahmedabad.

Uttarakhand: Air service started for many routes from Dehradun, capacity of Jolly Grant airport increased five times

He said that a centralized heli service portal has been created to allow helicopter operations. Due to which heli companies will not have to make rounds for permission. Heli companies will be given exemption in landing and parking charges for helicopters anywhere in the country. Airports Authority of India and Air Traffic Control officials will be trained and sensitized to address issues related to heli services. An advisory body will be set up to improve regulatory ease for the helicopter industry.

Heli direction book will be given to DM of every district
The Union Minister said that Heli Disha Book will be given to the District Magistrate of every district of the country. In which there will be information about the standards for helicopter operation. The effort of the government is to reduce human interference by allowing heli service operation through digital. The air defense clearance has been extended to three hours instead of the earlier half an hour, as per the Civil Aviation Rules, in collaboration with the Defense Ministry. This will give a big relief in the operation of heli services. Earlier the Union Minister released Heli Disha Booklet.

Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami has encouraged heli companies to come to Uttarakhand and operate air services. He is ready to cooperate with the government to solve all the problems of heli companies.

In the Helicopter Conference at Jolly Grant Airport, discussions were held on promotion and possibilities of heli services in the state. In the conference, the Chief Minister said that Prime Minister Modi’s thinking is that the common citizen of the country should also take advantage of the air service. The government is working on this. Air services have expanded rapidly in the state.

The government will work in the area of ​​helicopter connectivity with the mantra of simplification, reconciliation and settlement. People of the state should get cheap air service. On this, the government is trying to facilitate the heli companies. Helicopters play an important role in promoting tourism in the state. Helicopters have always played a vital role in the field of disaster and health.

In order to promote heli services in the state, the government has reduced the VAT on Aviation Turbo Fuel (ATF) from 18 percent to just two percent. Union Minister of State VK Singh said that the role of helicopter increases even more in the Himalayan regions. He said that air ambulances, air taxis and helicopters play an important role in disasters. Work will be done to increase the connectivity of helicopters in the Himalayan regions. Tourism Minister Satpal Maharaj said that air taxi will also be emphasized in Uttarakhand to promote tourism. Efforts are on to land the seaplane in Tehri lake, he said.

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Union Civil Aviation Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia has announced the country’s new heli policy from Uttarakhand. To promote the heli service industry in the country, the government has focused on 10 key points in this policy. Three expressways will be developed in the country for emergency helicopter medical service. Apart from this, heli hubs will be set up in four cities. To overcome the air traffic problem, separate routes will be prescribed for aircraft and heli services. No landing and parking charges will be levied on Heli services anywhere in the country.

On Friday, Union Minister Scindia announced the new heli policy at the third heli conference in association with the Ministry of Civil Aviation, Federation of Indian Chambers of Industry and Commerce (FICCI), Uttarakhand Civil Aviation Development Authority. He said that the government has made a new policy to promote the heli industry. At present, there are only 190 helicopters operating in the country. Under the new policy, an expressway will be developed between Delhi-Mumbai, Ambala-Kotpuli, Ambala-Bhatinda-Jamnagar for emergency helicopter medical service.

So that patients can get immediate medical care. Apart from this, four heli hubs of Juhu, Guwahati, Delhi and Bangalore will be built in Mumbai. 82 routes in 10 cities have been identified for development of helicopter corridors. Initially, 6 routes will be made operational with four helicopters. Which will be between Juhu-Pune, Malalakshmi Race Course-Pune, Gandhinagar-Ahmedabad.

Uttarakhand: Air service started for many routes from Dehradun, capacity of Jolly Grant airport increased five times

He said that a centralized heli service portal has been created to allow helicopter operations. Due to which heli companies will not have to make rounds for permission. Heli companies will be given exemption in landing and parking charges for helicopters anywhere in the country. Airports Authority of India and Air Traffic Control officials will be trained and sensitized to address issues related to heli services. An advisory body will be set up to improve regulatory ease for the helicopter industry.

Heli direction book will be given to DM of every district

The Union Minister said that Heli Disha Book will be given to the District Magistrate of every district of the country. In which there will be information about the standards for helicopter operation. The effort of the government is to reduce human interference by allowing heli service operation through digital. The air defense clearance has been extended to three hours instead of the earlier half an hour, as per the Civil Aviation Rules, in collaboration with the Defense Ministry. This will give a big relief in the operation of heli services. Earlier the Union Minister released Heli Disha Booklet.

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