Is Elon Musk preparing to build a huge airport? The explanation given by him! | Elon Musk Dismisses Rumors Over Plans To Build Private Airport In Central Texas | Puthiyathalaimurai – Tamil News | Latest Tamil News | Tamil News Online

It is a well-known fact that one of the richest people in the world, Elon Musk, owns a jet. Elon Musk has denied reports that he is currently planning to start his own airport as well as a jet.

Western media have been reporting for the past few days that Elon Musk is planning to open a new airport in Texas. In particular, the media called Estonia said that Elon Musk plans to build his airport in Bestrop, Texas, USA.

Elon Musk owns thousands of acres of land along the Colorado River in central Texas. He is said to own nearly 2,500 acres of land. So it was said that he would build his airport there. It has also been suggested that the airport may be named Teslaradi. This information was given because Tesla’s head office is also located in this area.

Although no official information has been given on Musk’s side, Musk has now responded to it. In his tweet regarding this, `This news is not true. Tesla is just 5 minutes from Austin International Airport. In that case, starting another private airport in the area would be a foolish venture. At the same time, there is no alternative to extending the runway at the existing Austin International Airport‘ he said.

Even if Elon Musk were to build his own airport, he is said to have trouble getting it approved. The reason is that Elon Musk does not have such a good relationship with the Biden government of the United States at the moment.

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Apart from the airport project, Musk is also reportedly planning to upgrade his jet. Musk’s current G700 jet may cost around $78 million (Rs. 600 crores in Indian value). It was said that at this stage he might improve it further. But Musk did not give any information about this.

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