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FM announces easing of restrictions on utilisation of Indian air position

NEW DELHI: Finance minister

Nirmala Sitharaman

on Saturday introduced easing of restrictions on utilisation of Indian air position, benefiting

civil aviation sector

by about Rs 1,000 crore per one year.

Announcing the fourth tranche of economic stimulus, she said most efficient 60 per cent of Indian airspace is freely accessible.

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More air position accessible would decrease hotfoot time and save on gasoline, she said.

The finance minister said six extra airports will more than seemingly be auctioned for deepest participation.

Additionally, an additional funding of Rs 13,000 crore will more than seemingly be made by deepest players in 12 airports auctioned in first and 2d rounds.

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She also said tax regime for plane Upkeep, Restore and Overhaul (MRO) has been rationalised. Aircraft ingredient restore and airframe repairs are expected to carry out bigger from Rs 800 crore to Rs 2,000 crores in three years, she added.

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