BENGALURU, India — Bengaluru is living up to its name as the “Aviation Capital of India,” with the Karnataka government detailing its plans for a dedicated aerospace park near the new Bangalore International Airport at Devanahalli. Karnataka’s industrial development commissioner, Raj Kumar Khatri, said Feb. 3 that the park should attract aviation giants and small/medium enterprises. “The aerospace park is coming up in a 1,000-acre space,” Khatri says. “We have already acquired land close ...

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