A new facility has been provided before Prime Minister Narendra Modi lands at Surat Airport on December 17. The Prime Minister’s wide body aircraft (Air India One-Boeing-777) will land on the runway from Dumas end of Surat airport on December 17. Their aircraft will turn from Vesu End and again fly towards Dumas End.
According to sources, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who is coming to inaugurate Diamond Burse, will also inaugurate Surat airport’s expanded modern terminal building, aero bridge, parking, part of parallel taxi track and an extended turning pad at the Vesu end on December 17. .
The new turning pad prepared for Vesu has also been immediately approved by the Director General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) on Monday. The turning pad has been enlarged so that aircraft landing from Dumas side can easily turn from Vesu end.
The airport authority has modified and enlarged the turning pad of the runway on the Vesu side so that Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Air India One-Boeing-777 aircraft can land smoothly at Surat airport. DGCA has also given permission to use the new modified turning pedicle after the trial run.
The existing runway of Surat Airport is 2,905 meters long. But due to adjacent properties on the Vesu side, the 615 meter runway for landing aircraft from Vesu is cut off. That means the pilot has to use only 2290 meter runway instead of 615 meter runway.
Aviation industry experts say enlarging the turning pads at Surat airport can benefit wide body aircraft landing from Dumas within a certain period, the facility being used for Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s safe visit to Surat. Has been created.
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