Thursday, December 10, 2009

Indian Ministry of Civil Aviation: non-metro airports...

Development works by the Airports Authority of India (AAI) has been completed at various non-metro airports and in many the work is scheduled to be completed by 2009-10. This information was given by the Minister of Civil Aviation, Shri Praful Patel in Rajya Sabha. The details of development works completed by AAI at various non-metro airports are as follows: Vizag (Andhra pradesh)- construction of new integrated terminal building; Guwahati (Assam)- extension of runway; Mangalore (Karnataka)- construction of new integrated terminal Building; Agati(Lakshadweep)- construction of new integrated terminal building; Raipur (Madhya Pradesh)- construction of new apron; Khajuraho (Madhya Pradesh)- construction of new apron at; Aurangabad (Maharashtra) - construction of new integrated terminal building; Nagpur (Maharashtra)- construction of new international arrival hall and expansion of existing terminal building; Amritsar (Punjab)- extension of runway, expansion of apron and terminal building, construction of new terminal building; Jaipur (Rajasthan)- construction of new international terminal complex; Udaipur (Rajasthan)- construction of new terminal building complex and new apron; Madurai (Tamil Nadu)- extension of new apron; Trichy (Tamil Nadu)- construction of new integrated terminal building; Agartala (Tripura)- expansion of apron, strengthening of existing runway and construction of technical block; Agra (Uttar Pradesh)- renovation of terminal building; Dehradun (Uttarakhand)- construction of new terminal building, apron and strengthening and extension of runway. Development works scheduled to be completed in Financial Year 2009-10 at various non-metro airports are as under: Portblair (Andaman & Nicobar Island)- extenion and strengthening of apron; (Raipur (Chattisgarh)- construction of new terminal building; Ahmedabad (Gujarat)- construction of new international terminal building; Ranchi (Jharkhand)- construction of new integrated terminal building; Trivandrum (Kerala)- construction of new international terminal buiding; Bhopal (Madhya Pradesh)- construction of new integrated terminal building; Indore (Madhya Pradesh)- construction of new integrated terminal building; Pune (Maharashtra)- extension and modification of terminal building; Imphal (Manipur)- extension of apron; Dimapur (Nagaland) - extension of apron and construction of link Taxiway. Coimbatore (Tamil Nadu)- expansion and modification of existing terminal building, consruction of part parallel taxi way and extension of apron; Madurai (Tamil Nadu)- construction of new integrated terminal building; Lucknow (Uttar Pradesh)- construction of new international terminal building and new apron, expansion of existing apron; Varanasi (Uttar Pradesh)- construction of new integrated terminal building including aerobridge and extension of apron; Chandigarh (Union Territory) - construction of new terminal building; Khajuraho (Madhya Pradesh)- construction of terminal building. of terminal building. (a): Airports Authority of India (AAI) operates and Airports Authority of India (AAI) operates and maintains 87 operational and 29 non-operational airports including 23 civil enclaves at defence airfields and private airports for air traffic operations. In addition to above, Government of India have given 'in-principle' approval for setting up of new Greenfield airports at Navi Mumbai, Sindhudurg in Maharashtra, Mopa in Goa, Bijapur, Simoga, Hassan and Gulbarga in Karnataka, Pakyong in Sikkim, Durgapur in West Bengal and Datia/Gwalior in Madhya Pradesh. There is no such estimation made. However, Airports Authority of India (AAI) has plan to incur expenditure of Rs.12434 crores for modernisation of airports and air traffic services across the country during XIth Five Year Plan period (2007-2012).Two Greenfield Airports each at Bangalore and Hyderabad with an investment of Rs. 2400 Crores and Rs. 2920 crores have been made operational in 2008 under PPP. Besides,development of IGI Airport, New Delhi and CSI Airport, Mumbai with estimated cost of Rs. 8975 crores and Rs. 9802 crores respectively has been undertaken under PPP.

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