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RTI News-90 Surat buildings falling in flight path- RTI

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90 buildings which are obstructing the flight path in Surat

Information sought under the Right to Information (RTI) Act from the AAI has revealed that there are 90 buildings in about 18 residential projects — identified as obstacles — in the path of aircrafts landing at Surat airport from Vesu end. According to minutes of meeting (MoM) between the AAI and the civic body in March this year, it was decided to carry out building-wise survey of all the 90 buildings to ensure the accuracy of obstacle height.

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According to the reply from the AAI under RTI, the Surat airport director will submit all the details to the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) about the violation as per Rule 5 of the Aircraft (demolition of obstructions caused by buildings and trees etc.) Rule, 1994. The final order by DGCA directing the owners to demolish the buildings as per Rule 6 of the Aircraft (demolition of obstructions caused by buildings and trees, etc) Rule, 1994 will be announced by the end of this year.

An officer at Surat airport asking anonymity said, “Due to the building height obstructing the funnel of the runway, the DGCA has displaced 615 metre of the runway. Out of 2,905 metre, we have only 2,250 metre runway for use. If the building heights are trimmed, then the entire full length runway would be used by aircrafts and the future development of runway expansion at 3,810 metre will be taken up on priority basis.”

 


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      Information sought under the Right to Information (RTI) Act from the AAI has revealed that there are 90 buildings in about 18 residential projects — identified as obstacles — in the path of aircrafts landing at Surat airport from Vesu end. According to minutes of meeting (MoM) between the AAI and the civic body in March this year, it was decided to carry out building-wise survey of all the 90 buildings to ensure the accuracy of obstacle height.

      According to the reply from the AAI under RTI, the Surat airport director will submit all the details to the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) about the violation as per Rule 5 of the Aircraft (demolition of obstructions caused by buildings and trees etc.) Rule, 1994. The final order by DGCA directing the owners to demolish the buildings as per Rule 6 of the Aircraft (demolition of obstructions caused by buildings and trees, etc) Rule, 1994 will be announced by the end of this year.
      An officer at Surat airport asking anonymity said, “Due to the building height obstructing the funnel of the runway, the DGCA has displaced 615 metre of the runway. Out of 2,905 metre, we have only 2,250 metre runway for use. If the building heights are trimmed, then the entire full length runway would be used by aircrafts and the future development of runway expansion at 3,810 metre will be taken up on priority basis.”
       

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