AAI set up Civil Aviation Research Organization in Hyderabad
GRIHA 5-Star Rated CARO Complex built at an estimated project cost of Rs 354 Crores.
Hyderabad: The Airports Authority of India, the sole Air Navigation Service Provider in the country, conducts Research and Development activities in the civil aviation sector to upgrade its standards and quality of services.
To take the initiative forward, AAI has set up the Civil Aviation Research Organization (CARO) in Hyderabad.Read Also : IIM Lucknow Triumphs in NTPC Electron Regional Finals, Followed by IIT BHU and IIT Kanpur
The GRIHA 5-Star Rated CARO Complex built at an estimated project cost of Rs 354 Crores, covers an area of 39,080 sqm. and consists of R&D Tech Centre, Recreation Block, Residential Block, Utility Building, Parking Facility and more.
This facility will add wings to "Make in India" Policy and assist in enhancing safety, capacity and efficiency of India's civil aviation system. CARO Complex will be inaugurated soon.Read Also : Air Marshal Praveen Keshav Vohra takes over as Senior Air Staff Officer of Western Air Command, IAF
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