Surat: (Surat) When you fly from the sky of Surat, you will see the most enchanting view of the world, has been planned by the administrators of Surat Diamond Burse. Prime Minister Narendra Modi is also planning to inaugurate the Surat Diamond Bourse parallel to the completion of Rs 353 crore development works of Surat Airport by the end of December 2022. With the launch of the Diamond Bourse in December, efforts are underway to launch a flight from Surat to Dubai, Singapore.
After Arvind Tripathi, joint director of the Bureau of Civil Aviation Security (BCAS), Jain, an official of the Airport Authority, has also inspected the Bursa facility before the arrival of the Prime Minister in Surat. The chairman of the airport authority has also made such observation during his visit to Surat airport. Officials from the aviation sector are visiting the Diamond Bourse. There has been talk that the Tata-Singapore Group could launch flights from Surat to Dubai and Singapore, the country’s most premium airlines. Prime Minister Narendra Modi is working hard to ensure that Surat gets international air connectivity for the Diamond Bourse to succeed.
Arvind Tripathi, Joint Director, Bureau of Civil Aviation Security at Surat Diamond Bourse, learned the details of the security features implemented at the site due to the vastness of the project. The beautification work of the Diamond Bourse is in its final stages. Maha Aarti of 4200 Divdas will be held on 5th June at Surat Hira Burs with the installation of Ganesha. A trial run is underway for a diamond-shaped gate built at a cost of Rs 90 million and latticework installed in the Diamond Bourse building. The beautification work of the world’s largest diamond bourse, larger than the Pentagon in the United States, is nearing completion. Furniture work on some of the Bursa offices has been completed and work on some of the offices will be completed soon.
In the first phase of Bursa, the work of cement concrete roads, water, drainage network, electric beautification in 2.6 km was started at a cost of Rs 104 crore. In the second phase, infrastructure was developed at a cost of Rs 215 crore. 53000 sq.m. with the administrative building of Bursa. Work is currently underway to develop a green space in space. On the other hand, Tata – Singapore Group’s most premium airline in the country has demanded slots for flights to Delhi and Bengaluru. The question of increasing international connectivity from Surat can be solved as the airlines have international connectivity. Officials from the aviation sector are visiting the Diamond Bourse. Officials from airlines are also planning to visit Bursa. This indicates that a new announcement may be made. Dinesh Nawadia, Regional Chairman, GJEPC, said that the Bursa would be resumed with parallel flights to Dubai, Singapore and Hong Kong. This is because customs clearances have also been sought in Bursa.