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Centre kick-starts aeronautical survey to set up six airports in Telangana

Wednesday, 11 Dec 2019
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The Central government has kick-started aeronautical survey to set up six more airports in the state of Telangana.


The aeronautical survey will be undertaken by the Airports Authority of India (AAI). Telangana presently has just the Rajiv Gandhi International Airport in Hyderabad while Andhra Pradesh shares this airport, with Hyderabad being the joint capital for 10 years.

Andhra Pradesh has six other operational commercial airports in Vishakapatnam, Vijaywada, Tirupati, Kadapa, Oravakal and Rajahmundry. The first three are international airports.

The Telangana government had in 2018 identified locations in Telangana for setting up three new airports as well as upgradation of three existing airstrips which have not been operational for several years.

The Centre has now marked an aeronautical survey for setting up new green-field airports in Jakaranpally in Nizamabad district, Addakal Mandal in Mahbubnagar district and one in Bhadadri Kothagudem.

The survey will also cover three existing airstrips in Warangal, Adilabad district and BasanthNagar in Pedapalli district for their development as brownfield airports. The Warangal airstrip has an existing airport area of about 706 acre and two runways while the airstrip in Pedapalli has an area of about 288 acre – the former has not been in operation commercially since 1981.

The new airports, once ready and operational, are expected to lessen passenger load on the Hyderabad International airport. The six new airports will cover all parts of the new state, with Adilabad being the northern tip, Bhadadri Kotagudem being the east end and Mahubanagar being the western end of the state.

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