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    Government unveils draft aviation policy


    Air IndiaUnion government have brought in a fresh draft aviation policy recommending listing of state-run Airports Authority of India and chopper firm Pawan Hans on stock exchanges and steps to beef up Air India operations.​ Civil Aviation Minister Ashok Gajapathi Raju unveiled the draft civil aviation policy which also proposes to enhance regional air connectivity, develop six major metro airports as international hubs, create more airports through PPP mode, rationalise jet fuel cost, promote air cargo, MRO and helicopter operations and improve passenger facilitation. The minister also said that the draft would now be open for wider consultation with all stakeholders and intent to implement it by January next year.


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