Pawan Hans Helicopters, India's nationally owned helicopter operator, has been awarded the Best Aviation Company Promoting Pilgrimage Tourism 2011. The award was presented by the tourism minister Subodh Kant Sahai to R.K. Tyagi, the Managing Director of Pawan Hans, at a function organised by the travel publication "Today's Traveller" in New Delhi last week.
The award was given towards recognition of Pawan Hans in Travel and Tourism sector. The tourism secretary Rajen Habib Khaweja was also present in the function.
Pawan Hans Helicopters Ltd.'s initiaive to provide helicopter services at the holy shrines like Vashnodevi, Kedarnath and Amarnath, particularly helping old, sick and physically challenged pilgrims to visit such shrines situated at harsh terrains.
Jeremy Parkin - HeliHub.com
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