Friday, September 21, 2007

The Maharashtra government plans to establish an international airport in Pune district to meet the growing demand-supply gap for aviation services

At last, the state government has nominated The Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation(MIDC) as the nodal agency for developing the new airport. MIDC, in turn, has engaged IL&FS Infrastructure Development Corporation as strategic adviser for the project. It has called for "expression of interest" from consultants to conduct the techno-economic feasibility study for the project.

MIDC has issued a request for proposals from companies for developing regional airports in Latur, Baramati, Yavatmal, Nanded, Osmanabad, Kolhapur and Amaravati, according to tender documents posted on the government website.

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