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Aero India 2023 Show Preparations Have Started

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  • The Public Works Department and BBMP have been given the go-ahead to complete this task.
  • The Special Commissioner for the BBMP, S. Rangappa, the Joint Commissioner, Purnima, and the Group Captain for the Yelahanka Air Base, S. Girish.

The state government has begun planning for the “Aero India 2023” air show that will take place at the Yelahanka Air Base in February of next year. Traffic control, parking space distribution, and organised bus movement have previously been planned.

In relation to the Aero India event, the BBMP, BMTC, Indian Air Force, and Traffic Police met at a high level with the Additional Chief Secretary, Infrastructure Development Department, Gaurav Gupta.

Regarding the preparations, Gaurav Gupta given instructions. Additionally, he has delegated authority to a number of divisions and organisations. Officials from the Air Force announced that they would set up parking for 20,000 automobiles.

Officials from the Air Force have created a plan to set up parking at two locations, including the Gandhi Agricultural Science Center in Hebbal, the Palace Grounds, the Jakkur Government Air Training School, and the Border Security Force Campus.

Only vehicles of ticket holders with higher priced tickets are permitted in the parking lots close to the air show arena. Officials from the Air Force informed the public that the parking cost is included in the ticket price. To reduce traffic during the air show, BMTC has been told to get ready to send more buses to Yelahanka airfield.

Additionally, buses have been told to pick up passengers from parking lots. To prevent crowds, air force officials have been told to start the first demonstration every morning at 9.30 and complete by 10.30 to 11 am. planning alternative routes List 15 different ways to get to the airport. Potholes on these roads need to be filled, and asphalting work has been ordered by the traffic police department.

The Public Works Department and BBMP have been given the go-ahead to complete this task. The meeting was attended by the City Police Commissioner Pratap Reddy, the Joint Commissioner for the Traffic Department, BR Ravikanthe Gowda, the Joint Secretary for Infrastructure and Development, Hepsiba Rani Korlapati, the Special Commissioner for the BBMP, S. Rangappa, the Joint Commissioner, Purnima, and the Group Captain for the Yelahanka Air Base, S. Girish.

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