New Hydrabad Airport passengers can avail the services of Aero Express shuttle. These buses run at 30 minutes interval (15 minutes in peak hours) from/to the following points in the city and the airport between 3.30 and 23.30 hours.
1. Paryatak Bhawan, Opposite to ITC Kakatia, Green Lands. – This location is just before the junction from where the road leads to Ameerpet from Begumpet
GHIAL introduced Volvo Aeroexpress buses to make the commuting easy to the new Hyderabad International Airport, now Vayu Vajra is ready for new Bangalore International Airport passengers.
The Bangalore Metropolitan Transport Corporation (BMTC) has named its Volvo airport special shuttle service to Bengaluru International Airport as “Vayu Vajra“.
BMTC will inaugurate Vayu Vajra, 40 Volvo and 140 Leyland buses by end of this month.
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GMR Hyderabad International Airport Limited (GHIAL ) has launched 30 air-conditioned non-stop Volvo Aeroexpress buses to make the commuting easy.
Aeroexpress will operate from four points in Hyderabad at half-an-hour frequency. The one-way cost per passenger would be Rs 95.
With the theme song composed by maestro A R Rahman playing in the background, Congress president Sonia Gandhi inaugurated India’s most modern Rajiv Gandhi International Airport at Hyderabad.
Comparable to the best in the world, Rajiv Gandhi International Airport at Hyderabad is the India’s first airport to be operational under the public-private partnership (PPP) model.
Airport Authority of Employees Union (AAEU) called off its two-day “strick” over privatization after Civil Aviation Minister Praful Patel has assured that no future contracts would be signed like the ones signed for Hyderabad and Bangalore airports.
Existing Hyderabad, Bangalore airports would continue to remain operational for general aviation (corporate and business jets), defence purposes and national emergencies.
Around 15,000 airport employees across India is on an indefinite strike from Wednesday, which it has described as “non-cooperation” against the government.
Workers including airport cleaners, baggage handlers, and ground staff at 129 state-run airports in India walked off in protest over plans to privatize two major airports — Hyderabad and Bangalore.