Mumbai : Inching a step closer to make the long-awaited Navi Mumbai airport a reality, the Centre has given its nod for the proposed international airport to float the Request For Qualification (RFQ).
“Yes, the Centre has given its nod for the RFQ,” Maharashtra Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan told reporters here recently.
Elaborating on the development, City and Industrial Development Corporation (CIDCO) Vice-Chairman and Managing Director, Sanjay Bhatia said the decision to float RFQ was taken during a recently held steering committee meeting of the Civil Aviation Ministry in Delhi.
“The process of RFQ will be done in next 15 days. We will also see whether the company which will be selected as part of the PPP project has any past experience for airport contract experience, operations and quality,” he said.