According to a PTI report, the Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation (CAPA), the Indian arm of the Australia based aviation consultancy and advisory services firm is setting up an aeropark in Navi Mumbai with an investment of around Rs 600 crore. Kapil Kaul, CEO India, Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation (CAPA) said, “We are setting up an aeropark in Navi Mumbai with an investment of about USD 120 million in Navi Mumbai. It is expected to open by mid-2011.” He further informed that the project, to be spread over 35-40 acres, will provide training courses in air safety, pilot training, aviation technology and general aviation. It will also impart training programmes in aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul and aviation environment research. In later stages, the park may also offer MBA in aviation in association with some specialised institute. The consultancy has already roped in the former Chief Strategy Officer of Qantas Airways to work on the project who is currently drawing up the master plan of the park.