The Civil Aviation Policy of Andhra Pradesh focuses on developing non-hub airports and companies willing to tap the state’s potential will be partners in development, governor ESL Narasimhan has said.
Addressing the gathering at the inaugural event of the five-day India Aviation 2014 here on Wednesday, he said AP boasts of the country’s first aerospace SEZ, which is 15 km away from the Rajiv Gandhi International Airport at Shamshabad.
“It offers a wide range of services to meet the needs of aerospace, nuclear space and defence sectors. The civil aviation policy of the state focuses on the development of non-hub airports across the province by cashing on the huge infrastructure built over the years, to make them new magnets of investment for development and to give a fillip to tourism,” he said.
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