Friday, January 9, 2009

DoNER ties up with Indian for dedicated air services in North East

After nearly two years of tender submissions and bidding, the Ministry for
Development of North Eastern Region (DoNER) has tied up with Indian erstwhile
Indian Airlines to have
dedicated air services across the region, a Central Minister said yesterday at
the 57th plenary meeting of the Northeast Council. �The Ministry has had talks
with Indian to have dedicated air services across the North East, which will
greatly boost accessibility in the region,� said DoNER Minister, Mani Shankar

Speaking on the issue of increasing interest in investment in the region, Aiyar
said that after Thailand they will now concentrate on Vietnam. �Last time we had
a summit in Thailand to showcase the potential of the North East and encourage
investment in it, which got a great response. This time we will hold a similar
summit in Vietnam,� he added.

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