Feasibility study agreement between Virgin Hyperloop and Bangalore Airport, India –...

Feasibility study agreement between Virgin Hyperloop and Bangalore Airport, India –...
Feasibility study agreement between Virgin Hyperloop and Bangalore Airport, India –...

Virgin Hyperloop Technology Company yesterday signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Bangalore International Airport, the operator of Kempe Gouda International Airport in Bangalore, after the recent momentum created by this distinctive technology in the Gulf region.

The memorandum of understanding was virtually exchanged between Sultan bin Sulayem, Chairman of Virgin Hyperloop, TM Vijay Bhaskar, Secretary General of the Indian Administrative Service in the Karnataka State Government and Chairman of the Board of Directors of Bangalore Airport Company, in the presence of Kapil Mohan, Chief Secretary of the Indian Administrative Service, within the Infrastructure Development Department of the Government Karnataka.

Sultan Bin Sulayem, Chairman of Virgin Hyperloop, Chairman and CEO of the Ports World Group, said: “Airports are important channels for transporting goods. An airport with hyperloop technology will greatly improve cargo delivery, which will create an extremely efficient supply chain. ”

It is expected that the initial feasibility study will be completed in two phases of 6 months each. The Hyperloop can transport thousands of passengers per hour from the airport to the city center, with speeds of up to 1080 km / hour, in less than 10 minutes compared to a time exceeding 45 minutes on regular roads.


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