AAI targets Rs.15,000 cr for terminal buildings

    Airports Authority of India (AAI)
    In a move to give a new look to the airport infrastructure across the country, the Airports Authority of India (AAI) has targeted an investment of Rs.15,000 crore in the coming fiscal to expand and renovate the existing 15 terminal buildings and constructing the newer ones. This was stated by the Chairman Guruprasad Mahapatra, elaborating that the authority has decided to add facilities across terminal buildings in the country with additional facilities. He informed that the construction of new airport at Pakyong in Sikkim has been completed at a cost of Rs.650 crore, along with Tezu airport in Arunachal Pradesh and both the airports will become operational soon. Similarly, Jharsuguda airport in western Odisha has been completed at a cost Rs.200 crore and would be inaugurated in April, the foundation stone for the Navi Mumbai airport would be laid soon, while another airport at Jewar in Greater Noida is in the planning stage. The work on a greenfield airport at Mopa in Goa is going on, while a similar airport is being planned in Vizag, Andhra Pradesh and also AAI is seriously following up with West Bengal and Tamil Nadu for a second airport in Kolkata and Chennai. While the existing airport at Allahabad (UP) will undergo major Rs.100 crore expansion, and the first phase would be ready by February next year.
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