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Air Traffic Control to get a new tower at Indore Airport!

The Devi Ahilyabai Holkar Airport in Indore will soon have a new Air Traffic Control (ATC) tower complex. This planned building would be 10-floors and 31 meters high. It will offer better visibility of the terminal, the runway and the flights to the authorities. The project, which will cost around ₹87 crores, is a part of the Airport Authority of India's (AAI's) efforts to increase aircraft carrying capacity at the Airport as the passenger rush increases.

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IndiGo gears up to resume 5 more flights from Indore to Goa, Pune, Raipur & Ahmedabad

With the dropping COVID tallies across the country, airline services are being enhanced across multiple locations and Indore Aiport is the latest to join this list. As per reports, IndiGo is working on focused interventions to resume 5 more flights from Devi Ahilyabai Holkar Airport on four major routes. Reportedly, passengers in Indore will have amplified alternatives for air travel to Raipur, Pune, Ahmedabad and Goa.

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Indian Air Force ferries oxygen tankers to Indore & other COVID-hit cities in MP to aid relief!

Several cities in Madhya Pradesh such as Indore, Bhopal and Jabalpur, are not only battling against the COVID-19 infection rise but also the scarce availability of medical resources. With the health infrastructure crippling under pressure, the Indian Air Force (IAF) has now been pressed into service, to transport oxygen tankers to these and akin COVID-hit cities in MP and India.

Additionally, the Union Defence Minister has further directed all defence establishments to set up more COVID-19 hospitals, use emergency powers and bring retired personnel to guard any further surge.

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In a first for Indore, new regional airline turns the city airport as its domicile base

The Devi Ahilyabai Holkar Airport in the city of Indore becomes the base operating centre of new regional airlines that is to kickstart services from November 15. The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has provided the new venture with a clearance after inspection, and the airlines has already started to work on the set up and maintenance for the same at the airport premises. The maiden aircraft, imported from Australia, will reach Indore in a week.

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