Saturday, July 21, 2018

Abandoned Bangladesh plane shifted to other location

Raipur: The plane owned by United Airways (Bangladesh) Ltd, stranded in Swami Vivekananda Airport, Raipur since last three years, since its emergency landing, was on Friday shifted from the parking area to the west side of the airport. The drill was conducted by the Airports Authority of India with assistance from Air India in the presence of United Airways (Bangladesh) Ltd representatives.
Airport Authority of India personnel led by Rakesh Sahay Airport Manager, initiated the shifting work with the help of Air India on Friday, at 1.50 pm and the shifting work was completed by 2.30 pm. Inayat Hussain, Assistant Manager (Engineering) and Shubhankar Bannerjee Assistant General Manager (Kolkata) were present on the occasion as representatives from United Airways (Bangladesh) Ltd. Airport Manager Rakesh Sahay extended his gratitude to Air India for its valued assistance in executing the shifting work.
The space vacated by the stranded United Airways (Bangladesh) Ltd plane will create a parking space for aircrafts which will be arriving frequently in near future during election time and otherwise. Later the space will be used for laying parallel track for plane taxiway.
21/07/18 Hitavada