Soon, Chandigarh To Get Direct Air Connectivity With Hisar
CHANDIGARH : Very quickly, Haryana’s key political centre, Hisar, will have direct flights with state capital, Chandigarh.
This move comes with Hisar airport being beneath Indian government’s regional connectivity scheme ‘Ude Desh Ka Aam Naagrik'(UDAN) for revival of flights from unserved airports. With this Hisar is being deliberate to attach immediately by way of flight to Chandigarh and Delhi.
now we have integrated Chandigarh along with Delhi to connect from Hisar. With a bit of luck the new flights from Hisar would turn out to be operational from August this year, Captain Bhupinder Singh, officer on targeted responsibility (OSD) to Haryana chief minister.
The flight would take around 45 minutes to arrive Chandigarh and round half-hour to the countrywide capital Delhi from Hisar.
Currently, the federal government is in process of completing critical infrastructure including preservation of runway, setup for security instruments, preparations for passengers and fire safety, boundary wall of airport and related amenities at the Hisar airport.
‘Ude Desh Ka Aam Naagrik'(UDAN)
‘Ude Desh Ka Aam Naagrik’ (UDAN), is vital government’s regional connectivity scheme. Under this, airlines are accepted to run short flights of lower than one hour on these routes and fare has been capped to Rs 2,500 to promote extra regional connectivity by air routes in the vicinity.
In its first record, launched on March 30, 2017, by using the Union ministry of civil aviation, most effective six airports from the neighborhood together with Ludhiana, Pathankot, Adampur (Jalandhar), Bathinda in Punjab and Shimla and Bhuntar (Kullu) of Himachal Pradesh had been incorporated in the vicinity connectivity scheme. Hisar airport was the only airport from Haryana, which was once included in the list.