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Rajasthan government will ready to restart Flying School in Jaipur

Flying School in Jaipur


Flying School in Jaipur

After the 2008, Rajasthan Government was finally take decision on restarting of closed flying school in Jaipur under the public private partnership (PPP) mode. New bidding document will prepared by government agency PDCOR and the expansion of interest (EOI) is expected to be publish next week.

Initial infrastructure and airstrip will be leased out by state for the period of 20 years. Government will not invest in flying club but the final bidder will look after the management and other activities of flying club.

There are some mandatory rules which are discussed by the government which are:

  • The successful bidder has to bring minimum two planes, in which one should have multi engines.
  • And the infrastructure wills provided by the government like an airstrip, gliders, hanger which are used as a training purpose.
  • Successful bidder should have two or four setae aircraft which will be used in training.

Fee and the batch size were not decided till, but expected minimum 30 students in a batch. For obtaining a commercial pilot license (CPL), trainee will have to do practices for minimum 200 flying hours while taking private pilot license (PPL), trainee practiced minimum 40 flying hours.

A senior officer said that – there will not to be transfer of any assets and land in this PPP mode. And also government will not invest a single rupee in this Flying Club. Rajasthan Govt. will ready to restart Fling School in Jaipur after 2008.

 


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