All set to get the first heli-hub of the country, Gurugram is soon going to be talk of the town for providing multiple aviation facilities. Proposed on the land of almost 25 acres along the Dwarka Expressway, the concept includes all significant facilities like a helicopter, hangar, maintenance of air taxis and chartered helicopters, repairs, and other services related to aviation. The project was proposed by Shri Dushyant Chautala, Deputy Chief Minister of Haryana, who himself holds a portfolio of the Civil Aviation Department, before several other senior officials of the department with the aim of boosting the economy of the region. He stated that the state would soon emerge as a major manufacturing hub of drones.
The project will provide easy and quick connectivity to the industrial areas like Noida and Bhiwadi and connect multiple small villages of the arena. As Hisar airport is turning up as an international airport, whose work is already halfway, stress will be laid on the manufacturing of aviation drones in the next five years. This project will not only increase the air connectivity in northern India but also enhance tourism for various destinations in the region. Directions for the construction of alternate routes and demolition of multiple structures standing amid the project’s area have already been given. Also, sheds built near the airport have been removed to fasten the progress of the heli-hub. A runway is being constructed on the Dhansu Road, and the power poles are being removed so that they do not act as barriers in the process.
With all these features acting as a prominent reason, Dwarka expressway will soon become busier, attracting more and more commuters. This will lead to an increase in real estate development in the region along with the benefits of revenue that the government shall earn. The area will emerge as a global city experiencing footfall as well as investment from various parts of the country and abroad.