AAI Allocates 1200 Cr For Civil Aviation Research Org


The Airport authority of India has allocated 1200 crores, spread over 12 years, for establishing Research and Development infrastructure, procurement of tools, skill development and knowledge transfer which will benefit Civil Aviation in a major way, informed Civil Aviation Minister Suresh Prabhu.

Prabhu on Thursday laid the foundation stone for the Civil Aviation Research Organization (CARO) at Begumpet Airport, Hyderabad.

CARO will cater to Air Navigation Systems (ANS) and Airport Engineering research to keep in pace with the exponential growth in Air Traffic in India.

Speaking at the event, Union Minster Prabhu said, ” Everyone is a passenger today or an aspiring passenger. It would be our mission to make sure that air travel will be accessible and affordable and then it should be comfortable. We will try to match all the three elements of aviation into one and we are working on it.” Read More

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