Dassault, Boeing Among European Firms Keen To Set Up Facility In Nagpur


Nearly 400 acres of land at the Multi-modal International Cargo Hub and Airport at Nagpur or MIHAN has been reserved for the aviation sector and some European companies have evinced interest in setting up their facilities there, an official said.

At least two to three European aviation entities are keen on establishing their facilities in MIHAN (Multi-modal International Cargo Hub and Airport at Nagpur) and are looking for Indian partners, Maharashtra Airport Development Company’s adviser (tech) SV Chahande told news agency PTI.

A facility of the Dassault-Reliance Aerospace Limited (DRAL) has come up in an area of 104 acres and the assembling of Falcon 2000 passenger planes and parts of Rafale jet has commenced, Mr Chahande said.

Around 400 acres of land in MIHAN has been reserved for the aviation sector, the MADC official said. Dassault-Reliance Aerospace Limited has been allocated 239 acres of land in MIHAN, the official said. Read More

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