One nautical mile (approx 1.8 kilometres) of airspace around the twin tower demolition site in Noida will be briefly unavailable for flights on Sunday.
– The suspension of flights around the twin towers will take place on Sunday.
– One nautical mile (approximately 1.8 kilometers) of airspace will remain unavailable around the towers.
– The Apex and Ceyane towers, which are nearly 100 metres tall, are scheduled to be demolished on Sunday.
On Friday, the Noida Authority said that one nautical mile of air space around the twin tower demolition site in Noida will remain briefly unavailable for flights on August 28. Approximately 1.8 kilometres is equal to a nautical mile.”As it oversaw preparations for demolition of the nearly 100-metre-tall twin towers on Sunday, the Noida Authority said the Union Ministry of Civil Aviation has given its consent for this.”
The Noida police have banned the use of drones in city skies from August 26 until August 31 for security reasons in view of the demolition of Supertech’s illegal towers. As Deputy Commissioner of Police (Headquarters) Ram Badan Singh invoked the powers under CrPC Section 144, he passed the ban order.
Police declared that drones will be allowed, but only beyond the “exclusion zone” of about 500 metres and with their permission. No one would be allowed in the exclusion zone on August 28, not even humans or animals.
Over 5,000 residents who live in Emerald Court and adjoining ATS Village society will be evacuated on August 28.They will only be allowed on the premises after 7 am and safety clearance post destruction by agencies concerned around four pm.