करनाल हवाई अड्डा
ਕਰਨਾਲ ਹਵਾਈ ਅੱਡਾ
|Owner||Civil Aviation Department, Haryana|
|Operator||Haryana Institute of Civil Aviation|
|Time zone||IST (UTC+05:30)|
|Elevation AMSL||253.51 m / 829 ft|
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Karnal Airport, (ICAO: VI40), the home of "Karnal Aviation Club" ("Karnal Flying Club"), is an airstrip situated about 3 km east of Karnal in the state of Haryana, India. It is being used for General Aviation and Pilot Training. There are no scheduled commercial flight operations.
Air strip was set up in 1967.
The Karnal Flying Club has been running at this airfield since 1967 year .
In 2012, The (DGCA) approved the Haryana state government's plans to develop the Airport to operate Domestic Passenger Services in August 2013. Karnal Aerodrome small runway, just 3,000-feet-long and 150-feet-wide, will be extended to 4,500 feet in the first phase and then up to 6,000 feet to accommodate ATR Turboprops and jets. Installation of Runway lighting was taken up by the State Public Works Department after the DGCA gave approval for night flying in July 2012.
In 2014 July, a Right to Information (RTI) revealed that Directorate General of Civil Aviation (India) (DGCA) never received any formal proposal from then Congress Government of Haryana and there are no current formal projects to upgrade this airport.
As of September 14, 2017, airport has an administration block, one hangers, a VIP lounge, hostel and 2 residential quarters for the officers. HICA at Kernal also has two flight simulator, one IPT-ATC 710 single engine and another Elite S712 Single & Multi engine Simulator. The airport has day and DGCA-approved night landing facilities.
Karnal Aviation Club
Government of Haryana's Karnal Aviation Club of Haryana Institute of Civil Aviation offers flying training and preparation courses to the Student pilot license, Glider pilot license. private pilot licence (PPL), commercial pilot licence (CPL), FLight radiotelephone operator license, Flight instructor Instrument rating and apprentice internship for all BE/BTech. The CPL costs INR 22,00,000 requiring a minimum of 200 hours flying experience. The Government of Haryana provides training subsidies to natives Haryana, who must apply for it using a Haryana Domicile Certificate.
- World Airport Codes.
- "Three airports ready to take off in Haryana". Times of India. 29 August 2012. Retrieved 6 September 2012.
- RTI query nails Haryana's claims about airports at Karnal, Hisar - by Ajay Sura, Time of India News Service, Published on: Jun 20, 2014
- Student Prospectus and Application Form, Haryana Institute of Aviation.
- Haryana flies mostly on paper, The Tribune, 3 July 2016.