Tag: Ashok Gajapathi Raju

Ashok Gajapathi Raju Invites France to Invest And Make In India’s Aviation Sector

[New Delhi] Ashok Gajapathi Raju Invites France to Invest And Make In India’s Aviation Sector
Shri Ashok Gajapathi Raju, Union Minister of Civil Aviation, leading India’s delegation at the 51st International Air Show in Paris met the Minister for Transport, Marine Affairs and Fisheries of France, Mr. Alain Vidalies. They discussed various issues related to aviation sector. The discussion focussed on manufacturing, infrastructure development and investment into India’s aviation sector. The delegation also met the senior management personnel of important companies like Bombardier, Boeing and SAFRAN. The Minister informed them about various opportunities in Indian aviation market and ‘Make in India’. He invited them to manufacture their products in India as they already have a large presence in the country. He also invited them for ‘India Aviation 2016’.
Earlier, the delegation attended the inaugural function of the Air Show The inauguration was attended by delegations from more than 100 countries. Shri Ashok Gajapathi Raju interacted with the Indian Exhibitors participating in the Air Show. They informed the Minister about their products and services being offered to the global industry. The delegation also met the CEO and senior management of Textron, Thales and Dassault.

Breakage Of Glass Panels At Chennai Airport,Seems,Advancing Towards A Record

[Chennai]Breakage Of Glass Panels At Chennai Airport,Seems,Advancing Towards A Record
Glass section of door is again at airportNo casualty is reported so far.This is The 40th such incident happened at Gate No 17 in the International Departure section.
A glass section of a door gave way at the international departure section in yet another such incident at the airport
a technician was injured On April 1 when glass section of a door fell on him.
The airport has been witnessing a spate of mishaps such as false ceiling falling and glass panels cracking at the domestic and international terminals, This terminal is built at a cost of over Rs 2,000 crore and inaugurated by Vice President Hamid Ansari in January 2013.
At least 39 such incidents have occurred so far, however, there were no casualties.
In October last year, Civil Aviation Minister Ashok Gajapathi Raju Marked his attendance at airport following complaints regarding deficiencies in development of infrastructure as well as deficiency in maintenance standards.
It may be added that there are several tests are booked in the records, inspite of which breakage of glass continues
Qualities Of Glass manufactured by Saint Gobain and Engineering Of structure have also been questioned
File Photo
Ashok Gajapathi Raju Pusapati +,AAI, Sudhir Raheja at Chennai Airport