Telangana: Union Govt To Set Up Civil Aviation Research Centre At Hyderabad’s Begumpet Airport


The Centre has decided to set up Civil Aviation Research Centre (CARO), India’s first research centre in the aviation sector, at Hyderabad’s Begumpet airport.

The project under execution by the Airports Authority of India (AAI) at the cost of Rs 402.13 crore will be up and running by the end of 2023.

CARO is being established on a 20-acre plot of land within Begumpet airport. It will offer solutions in critical areas in the civilian aviation sector in India. 

This information was given by Civil Aviation minister Jyotiraditya Scindia told Chevella MP Dr G Ranjith Reddy in Lok Sabha on Thursday (5 August).

CARO will have research and development facilities, airports and Air Navigation Services (ANS), air traffic management communications domain simulators, network emulators, visualisation and analysis labs, surveillance labs, navigation systems emulation and simulation labs, reports Telangana Today.

The proposed research centre is mandated to research and ingeniously find solutions to the country’s ever-increasing volume of air traffic.

It also works on improving passengers’ safety, churn up new ideas for the smooth flow of air traffic movement and study and identify, along with other Central agencies, the viability of new air traffic routes.