The Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation and the Bangalore-based Subramanya Construction and Development Company yesterday signed a joint venture agreement to set up the world’s first integrated aviation university and training campus in the Karnataka capital. Together they will invest $125 million to develop CAPA AeroPark on a 50-acre site in Bangalore by 2012. The fully developed campus will have state-of-the-art academic facilities together with full flight simulators, a flying school, engineering workshops and laboratories, research centres, accommodation for students and faculty, recreational facilities, a hotel and convention centre. The university is to have satellite academies in Delhi and Mumbai

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