Thursday, August 05, 2021

With addition of INDAMER, MIHAN set to become Aviation hub

With Air India MRO, Dhirubhai Ambani Aerospace, Kalpana Aviation, Thales succesfully operating, the addition of Allen Aircraft Radio-INDAMER, the Multimodal Hub Airport at Nagpur (MIHAN) is set to become the Aviation Hub. It has already become the Information Technology (IT) Hub. AAR-INDAMER with a collaborative efforts have bought 30-acre land at MIHAN and will do the maintainence, repairing of small planes. It will also do the C-checks and for which it has developed a Hangar where 6 narrow-body aircraft can have access. INDAMER has tied up with IndiGo Airlines which has 250-300 aircraft. According to tie-up IndiGo aircraft will come to INDAMER for maintainence and repairing.

 The company has conducted trial run which was successful. Deepak Kapoor, Managing Director and Vice Chairman of MIHAN said, “With lot of damages to industry, inviting them is a bit difficult task. I thought we must go back to the basic and bring industries in IT and aviation. Persistant IT has come and we gave it a 13-acre plot. After IT, we are now concentrating on aviation, that is what I thought. DRAL will be manufacturing Falcon and now INDAMER has started operation one week ago. We already have TASL, Kalpana Aviation that would strengthen the aviation sector. Kalpana Aviation will have some unique things. It will be training pilots through simulators to be bought in crores. People from neighbouring states too would come and get trained themselves. engine repair units. ITI boys and girls can get employment. Industrialists would get open access. Very trained people come here. Indemar would employ at least 10 people in one stroke initially. IT sector. Going back to. All these. Lot of ITI trained boys and girls. We have invited big IT company for which Persistent IT has consented so we have kept 13 acre land for the company. Another IT major HCL to planning expansion. More expansion means it would bring more employment.”

05/08/21 Hitavada

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