The Indian helicopter service firm, Pawan Hans, is fast-tracking its public listing plan. The 51% state-owned company has published a business plan, which forecasts an increase its revenue to Rs 1,600 crore by 2027, from Rs 500 crore in 2015-16, thanks to new growth from the regional connectivity scheme (RCS). The helicopter major wants to increase its fleet size, diversify its business, professionalise its governing board and invest more in maintenance, repair & overhaul, according to Chairman & Managing Director (CMD) B P Sharma. The company plans to raise around Rs 350 crore from the listing, in which the Oil

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