Thesynergyonline Aerospace Bureau
NEW DELHI, APRIL 25 : Airports Authority of India (AAI)and Steel Authority of India Ltd (SAIL) has entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for enhancement of Regional Air Connectivity under RCS-UDAN at the SAIL owned Airports; Burnpur, Rourkela and Bokaro.
As a result of this initiative, the three steel cities in the states of West Bengal, Odisha and Jharkhand are soon likely to feature on the country's aviation map. The MoU was signed on 23rd April, 2018 by Shri I. N. Murthy Member (Operations), AAI and Shri Atul Srivastava, Director Personnel, SAIL in presence of Ms. UshaPadhee, Joint Secretary, Ministry of Civil Aviation and other senior officials.
According to the MoU, AAI as the implementing agency for RCS-UDAN will operate and manage Airport Operations (City side as well as Air Side) on behalf of SAIL for three years and the arrangement will be reviewed after three years with mutual consent.
The cost of terminal and airside maintenance/operations will be borne by SAIL directly except ANS operations.As a part of this partnership, AAI will provide all the necessary technical guidance and support.
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