Mobility hubs, be it an airport or seaport, have often defined the growth trajectory and sustainability of a city. An Aerocity or an Aerotropolis provides the impetus for such cities to transcend from being a metropolis to becoming one among the ‘Future Cities’ of the world. Beijing, Amsterdam, LA, Johannesburg and Songdo in South Korea exemplify this model.
Over 1.5 million Americans traveled abroad for medical procedures just in the last one year, and a large number of them landed on Indian shores. Quality health care at about one tenth the costs of that in the US and UK have long attracted visitors from the west to Indian hospitals, primarily to Chennai and Mumbai. But over the last few years, the number of medical visitors to Gurgaon has steadily seen an increase. The reasons are not too hard to fathom.
India is among the fastest growing economies in the world; almost every Fortune 500 company and MNC has set up their offices in the country. Top executives of such companies are often from the parent company who relocate with their families to helm the Indian operations. Till some years ago, most such operations centered in large metros and expats preferred to live in cities such as Mumbai or Delhi.
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