In an effort to set up a heli-hub in Gurugram, the Haryana authorities will quickly establish land and a proposal will quickly be despatched to the Centre. The state authorities additionally determined Wednesday to cut back the VAT charges on air turbine gas from 20 per cent to 1 per cent.
Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar met Union Civil Aviation Minister Jyotiraditya M Scindia in New Delhi Wednesday relating to varied civil aviation initiatives of Haryana. Deputy Chief Minister Dushyant Chautala additionally attended the assembly via video conferencing.
Aside from VAT charges and the heli-hub, discussions on a civil aviation college, drone college and satellite tv for pc centre within the state had been held within the assembly. Aside from this, the event of Built-in Aviation Hub, Hisar, Airstrip Karnal, Airstrip Ambala and Pilot Coaching College, Bhiwani and Pilot Coaching College Narnaul and air companies routes in Haryana had been additionally mentioned.
Whereas interacting with mediapersons after the assembly, Khattar stated, “Haryana authorities would quickly establish land and ship a proposal to the Centre for organising a heli-hub in Gurugram. On account of the organising of a heli-hub, the airport will even get help because of the facility of intercity and intracity helicopters. On the proposal made by the Centre to cut back the VAT charges on air turbine gas in Haryana, it has been determined to cut back the VAT charges from 20 per cent to 1 per cent in Haryana. The Built-in Aviation Hub, Hisar can be developed by the 12 months 2023. Karnal and Ambala airstrips will even be developed.”
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Khattar added that he has additionally invited the Union Civil Aviation Minister to inaugurate the pilot coaching college being established in Bhiwani.