Court Gives Six Months For Srinagar Airport To Get Landing Lights In Place


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The Jammu and Kashmir High Court on Friday directed the Airports Authority of India (AAI) to complete the entire project related to the installation of a Simple Approach Lightning System (SALS) at the Srinagar International Airport within six months.

The court was informed by advocate Anil Bhan, representing the AAI, that the SALS installation is in process and the proposal has been sent to the AAI headquarters.

The court directed that the proposal be cleared within two weeks and a report be submitted before the court. Read More…

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