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 क्या उत्तराखंड के पहाडी क्षेत्रो मे हवाई सेवा शुरू की जा सकती है ?

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एम.एस. मेहता /M S Mehta 9910532720

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It seems that Govt has some plan in pipepline but these plan or porjects have yet to be executed.

Govt should also focus on this side. I feel if Govt start aviation services in UK, tourism will increase in manifold there 

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GOOD NEW TO HEAR : Jagson Airlines's helicopter service to Mansarovar
« Reply #12 on: January 11, 2008, 01:45:59 PM »


Good new to hear.


Jagson Airlines's helicopter service to Mansarovar

New Delhi | Thursday, Jan 10 2008 IST
 
 

Jagson Airlines would soon start flights to Pant Nagar and Pithoragarh in Uttarakhand and a helicopter service to Kailash Mansarovar in China, reducing the travel time for the Mansarovar yatra from 14 days to two days.

''We are holding talks with the Uttarakhand Government, and as soon as the negotiations are finalised we will start the flights within 60 days,'' Jagson Airlines Chairman J P Gupta told a press conference.

The flight will be from Delhi to Pant Nagar, and from there the helicopter will take the pilgrims to the China border, he said.

About the fares, he said the tarrif would be affordable.

Mr Gupta said the plan to start air service to Uttarakhand was chalked out following the No Objection Certificate (NOC) given by the Civil Aviation Ministry to operate regional schedule airline.

This, he said, would allow the Airlines to get concession in the aviation turbine fuel (ATF).

He said the Airlines would acquire six more 60-70 seater aircraft and a 26-seater MI-172 helicopter in 2008 as part of its expansion plan.

''Some will be bought and some will be acquired on lease,'' he added.

The Airlines already has three such aircraft and two 26-seater helicopters.

He said the NOC would allow the Airlines to fly to different regions from Delhi, accept the metros.

Asked why the Airlines was concentrating on religious places-- with direct flights from Juhu, Mumbai, to Shridi already started-- Mr Gupta said religious places were not getting much attention like commercial places such as the metros.

On starting air services to other regions, he said the Commercial Department was chalking out plans with special focus on places that were not connected by air, or not properly connected by train or where other airlines had not set up base.

He said the Ministry had also approved inclusion of eminent personalities on the Airlines' Board of Directors.

They are Mr Probir Chandrasen, former CMD of Indian Airlines and Ex-Managing Director of Air India; Mr R C Jain, former advisor to Jammu and Kashmir Governor; and Mr Vinod Vaish, former chairman of Telecom Commission.


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एम.एस. मेहता /M S Mehta 9910532720

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i think this a good move. Not only for religious places but also for common places such service should be started.



Good new to hear.


Jagson Airlines's helicopter service to Mansarovar

New Delhi | Thursday, Jan 10 2008 IST
 
 

Jagson Airlines would soon start flights to Pant Nagar and Pithoragarh in Uttarakhand and a helicopter service to Kailash Mansarovar in China, reducing the travel time for the Mansarovar yatra from 14 days to two days.

''We are holding talks with the Uttarakhand Government, and as soon as the negotiations are finalised we will start the flights within 60 days,'' Jagson Airlines Chairman J P Gupta told a press conference.

The flight will be from Delhi to Pant Nagar, and from there the helicopter will take the pilgrims to the China border, he said.

About the fares, he said the tarrif would be affordable.

Mr Gupta said the plan to start air service to Uttarakhand was chalked out following the No Objection Certificate (NOC) given by the Civil Aviation Ministry to operate regional schedule airline.

This, he said, would allow the Airlines to get concession in the aviation turbine fuel (ATF).

He said the Airlines would acquire six more 60-70 seater aircraft and a 26-seater MI-172 helicopter in 2008 as part of its expansion plan.

''Some will be bought and some will be acquired on lease,'' he added.

The Airlines already has three such aircraft and two 26-seater helicopters.

He said the NOC would allow the Airlines to fly to different regions from Delhi, accept the metros.

Asked why the Airlines was concentrating on religious places-- with direct flights from Juhu, Mumbai, to Shridi already started-- Mr Gupta said religious places were not getting much attention like commercial places such as the metros.

On starting air services to other regions, he said the Commercial Department was chalking out plans with special focus on places that were not connected by air, or not properly connected by train or where other airlines had not set up base.

He said the Ministry had also approved inclusion of eminent personalities on the Airlines' Board of Directors.

They are Mr Probir Chandrasen, former CMD of Indian Airlines and Ex-Managing Director of Air India; Mr R C Jain, former advisor to Jammu and Kashmir Governor; and Mr Vinod Vaish, former chairman of Telecom Commission.


-- (UNI) -- 10DC13.xml



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एम.एस. मेहता /M S Mehta 9910532720

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Jagson to start air services to Pantnagar, Gochar, Pithoraghar & Kailash Mansarovar
 
Friday, January 11, 2008 (16:30 IST)
By TBM Staff | New Delhi
 
 
Jagson Airlines Limited (JAL) recently announced its plans to commence air services to Pantnagar, Gochar, Pithoraghar and Kailash Mansarovar. This development comes in the wake of the Union Ministry of Civil Aviation's decision to grant NOC to the airline for operating regional schedule airline under its new policy of Regional Schedule Airlines.

According to JP Gupta, Chairman, JAL, discussions are on with the Government of Uttarakhand in this regard. "We are keen to start helicopter services to Kailash Mansarovar by May this year. Apart from this, we also intend to cover all the major cities in Utter Pradesh, Himachal Pradesh, J&K, Madhya Pradesh and Haryana, which are not yet connected by air services. Initially, we will use three flights with a capacity of 50-60 passengers and two helicopters for this purpose," offered Gupta. Currently, JAL covers the North East, Himachal Pradesh and
 


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एम.एस. मेहता /M S Mehta 9910532720

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Hem Da,

In fact a good news.  Hope if this services started for publice plaecs, it would be more beneficial.





Jagson to start air services to Pantnagar, Gochar, Pithoraghar & Kailash Mansarovar
 
Friday, January 11, 2008 (16:30 IST)
By TBM Staff | New Delhi
 
 
Jagson Airlines Limited (JAL) recently announced its plans to commence air services to Pantnagar, Gochar, Pithoraghar and Kailash Mansarovar. This development comes in the wake of the Union Ministry of Civil Aviation's decision to grant NOC to the airline for operating regional schedule airline under its new policy of Regional Schedule Airlines.

According to JP Gupta, Chairman, JAL, discussions are on with the Government of Uttarakhand in this regard. "We are keen to start helicopter services to Kailash Mansarovar by May this year. Apart from this, we also intend to cover all the major cities in Utter Pradesh, Himachal Pradesh, J&K, Madhya Pradesh and Haryana, which are not yet connected by air services. Initially, we will use three flights with a capacity of 50-60 passengers and two helicopters for this purpose," offered Gupta. Currently, JAL covers the North East, Himachal Pradesh and
 


http://www.travelbizmonitor.com/articleDetails.aspx?id=1964&sectionid=36&name=Top%20Stories

एम.एस. मेहता /M S Mehta 9910532720

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We will have to see when this actually started. I think our state govt has also not taken this issue on priority.

Jagson to start air services to Pantnagar, Gochar, Pithoraghar & Kailash Mansarovar
 
Friday, January 11, 2008 (16:30 IST)
By TBM Staff | New Delhi
 
 
Jagson Airlines Limited (JAL) recently announced its plans to commence air services to Pantnagar, Gochar, Pithoraghar and Kailash Mansarovar. This development comes in the wake of the Union Ministry of Civil Aviation's decision to grant NOC to the airline for operating regional schedule airline under its new policy of Regional Schedule Airlines.

According to JP Gupta, Chairman, JAL, discussions are on with the Government of Uttarakhand in this regard. "We are keen to start helicopter services to Kailash Mansarovar by May this year. Apart from this, we also intend to cover all the major cities in Utter Pradesh, Himachal Pradesh, J&K, Madhya Pradesh and Haryana, which are not yet connected by air services. Initially, we will use three flights with a capacity of 50-60 passengers and two helicopters for this purpose," offered Gupta. Currently, JAL covers the North East, Himachal Pradesh and
 


http://www.travelbizmonitor.com/articleDetails.aspx?id=1964&sectionid=36&name=Top%20Stories

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I think they did take,,,but thy were running on loss so its got sopped...lets c how do thy manage dis time

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If none of the hilly state of INdia has started air services in hill areas. ( i am not sure about it).. However, in Vaishno Devi there is Helicopter services from Katra to the temple of Mata Rani..

I am particularly emphasing for general public. Generaly the travel of hill is tiresome and time consuming. There are people who can afford the high charages too but this has to be yet started.

 

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