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Jun 12, 2019
9:23PM

Nagaland Minister flags off 2nd state helicopter service in state

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Nagaland Minister for Transport, Civil Aviation, Railways and Land Resources, P. Paiwang Konyak today flagged off  the second state helicopter service from Dimapur Airport.

The air conditioned chopper having a sitting capacity of 13 passengers with medical facilities will operate on 19 routes from the present 10 routes covering all the districts. With addition of the second chopper service, Nagaland would now have 1, 200 flying hours annually.

Speaking on the occasion, the Minister stated that as per the directive from the Ministry of Home Affairs, 75 percent subsidy would be entitled only to common passengers and medical evacuation cases. However VIPs, bureaucrats and government servants will not be entitled for subsidies.

The Centre had sanctioned the additional helicopter service under the Ministry of Home Affairs subsidy scheme. 
 
 
 

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