The DGCA (Directorate General of Civil Aviation) has asked the PMC (Pune Municipal Corporation) to look for a No Objection Certificate (NOC) from it previously permitting any development close to the site of a helipad, or where one is probably going to be created.
In a correspondence to the PMC, the DGCA referred to the Maharashtra government’s new helipad arrangement, acquainted in January this year with guarantee upgraded security measures. The approach determines that development activities in and around the assigned helicopter landing locales must be checked so that a recently built structure doesn’t wind up turning into a block for helicopter tasks.
DGCA said before giving authorization for development activities in and around any helicopter arrival site, the PMC should look for a No Objection Certificate from common flight specialists.
Development movement close Pune airplane terminal has dependably been a quarrelsome issue and the community body as of late crushed a couple of structures that were created in the confined zone. The helipad approach, in any case, stretches out the confinements to any piece of the city where a helipad is produced.
The state government presented the helipad strategy after no less than four episodes including the helicopter shipping Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis were accounted for over the most recent couple of months.
The approach traces that the helipad site and connecting regions, up to a separation of 500 meters, ought to be free of electric wires, links, microwave towers, transformers and any protest that can transform into a deterrent for the protected task of the helicopter.
The site ought to ideally not have thickly populated territories, and have a simple, two-path access for the development of vehicles, for example, fire motors and ambulances. The strategy plans to guarantee security amid the take-off or arriving of the helicopters enrolled with the DGCA. It has additionally given the state DCA (Directorate of Civil Aviation) the assignment of giving endorsements to all activities that happen at a specific helicopter landing site. The DCA needs to lead a security review every now and then to guarantee that the approach is being agreed to. The Directorate should refresh the arrangement particulars, as and when required, and set up an ace rundown of helicopter landing destinations.