Haryana News: The Haryana civil aviation department has announced the signing of three Memoranda of Understanding (MoUs) during an aviation conference in Hyderabad. Among these agreements, one involves a collaboration between Alliance Air Company and the Government of Haryana, focusing on the operation of nine air routes in the state.
Haryana Civil Aviation Department Inks MoUs for Nine Air Routes
Dushyant, a representative from the civil aviation department, disclosed that the identified air routes would be served by Alliance Air Company under a viability gap funding scheme. Notably, two flights departing from Hisar are scheduled to operate three days a week.
Two flights departing from Hisar are scheduled to operate three days a week.
Moreover, Dushyant mentioned plans for initiating air services from Ambala after the completion of a civil terminal construction in the region. This move signifies a concerted effort by Haryana to enhance air connectivity within the state and facilitate easier travel for residents and visitors alike.