India’s first dedicated heliport to open in Delhi on Feb 28, 2017

One more step towards incredible career in aviation

One more step towards incredible career in aviation

New Delhi: After a long delay, finally India is unveiling its first heliport in Rohini area of the dedicated Heliport, owned by Pawan Hans Helicopters Ltd (PHHL), will carry passengers from Delhi to nearby areas. The heliport is a 100-crore project and will be integrated one with a chopper maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) unit.

The heliport will have parking bays, AC passenger terminal building and car parking area for the flyers.

“Being a busy airport, IGI airport does not have much space for helicopter movement. The Rohini one will be a dedicated heliport and will make chopper movement much easier.

“To promote regional air connectivity, Pawan Hans has also prepared a roadmap to connect all the major destinations from this heliport such as Delhi to Shimla, Haridwar, Dehradun, Mathura, Agra, Meerut and industrial hubs such as Manesar, Bahadurgarh etc.

Only top VVIPs and industrialists manage to get permission for flying in or out of IGI in choppers. The country’s top dignitaries, including the president, prime minister, home minister and chief ministers of a few states, use choppers from Safdarjung airport.

 Impact on career in aviation:

  • This project will be integrated with a chopper maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) unit, it requires lot of Aircraft Maintenance Engineer for success maintenance.
  • It will demands lots of crew members.
  • It requires lots of pilots.

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