Noida. Till now, Indian Aircraft of Air Lines have to fly abroad for repairs. Minor faults of ships are corrected in Bangalore and Hyderabad, but the cost of major repairs comes in thousands of dollars. Due to this, preparations are on to set up a Maintenance Repairing and Overhauling (MRO) hub in Jewar. The special thing is that two days ago, the UP government has approved the release of money for the expenditure on land purchase for MRO. For this, 1365 hectares of land has to be purchased. On which about Rs 2890 crore will be spent. This information has been given by the CEO of Yamuna Authority, Dr. Arunveer Singh.
MRO hub to be built at a cost of 8 thousand crores
In Sector-10, near Jewar International Airport, 1365 hectares of land will be allotted to companies manufacturing aircraft parts. Under this, MRO will be made on 1365 hectares of land, if the experts are to be believed, then its cost will be about 8 thousand crore rupees. Under the MRO, nine companies from abroad have expressed their desire to come to India to repair and make parts of airplanes.
In which companies such as GE Digital, Honeywell, ElThreeHarris, Logistics Plus, Raytheon, Smiths Detection, ViewC iPrime and Walter P More are included. These companies have come to India and have given their presentation. Yamuna Authority will do the work of giving land to the companies. Along with this, aerospace engineering will also be started here.
Preparations are being made to build a dog resort in Greater Noida, all these facilities will be available
The first plane will fly in 2024
According to experts, by 2024, the runways of the first phase of Jewar airport will start their work. The first plane will fly from Jewar Airport in 2024. The Zurich company will build the airport. The company is yet to submit the master plan of Noida airport. After permission on that, its construction will start. The target is to start flying in 2024 with a runway.
Road connectivity will be like this for Jewar airport
Special care has been taken to ensure that there is no problem in reaching Jewar Airport from any city and direction. The elevated road from Yamuna Expressway will go directly to the airport. The Delhi-Mumbai Expressway will be connected by making a bypass from Ballabhgarh. Ganga Expressway will be connected with Yamuna Expressway. Similarly, Eastern Peripheral Expressway will also be connected to Yamuna Expressway and vehicles will be given way to Jewar Airport. A new road will be prepared from Bulandshahr with the help of Delhi-Meerut Expressway to connect the cities of West UP directly with the airport. For the convenience of Delhiites, an elevated road is being prepared from Mayur Vihar to Mahamaya flyover.
Tags: airplane, Jewar airport, Yamuna Authority
FIRST PUBLISHED : June 30, 2022, 11:24 IST