Airports Authority of India

Mission :  ''To achieve highest standards of safety and quality in air traffic services and airport management by providing state-of-the-art infrastructure for total customer satisfaction, contributing to economic growth and prosperity of the nation.''                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Vision :  ''To be a world-class organization providing leadership in air traffic services and airport management & making India a major hub in Asia Pacific region by 2016''.
Domestic Projects
KOLKATA

Development of Integrated Passenger Terminal and Associated Works at NSCBI Airport, Kolkata

Client

In House, AAI Project

Cost

Rs.1942.51 Crores

Commencement

August 2007

Completion

May 2011

 

Proposal for Integrated Passenger Terminal

  1. The scope of the work incorporates Construction of Passenger Terminal Building of approx. 1,80,000 sqm having pile foundations including all civil and superior finishing works at par with highest International Standards., Car Park, Elevated road in front of the building Profile Roof Sheeting, Internal and external electrification, lighting etc. Power supply including DG sets, Central Air conditioning system, Traveletors & Elevators, Escalators, Fire Alarm and detection system, Surveillance CCTV system, IT systems, Security Systems, Flight Information display system, PA and car call system EPABX, Fire fighting systems, viz. automatic hydrant and sprinkler system, Water supply, sewage treatment etc. and Building Management system.
  2. Annual capacity = 20 million
    International = 4 million
    Peak hour = 2630 passengers
    Domestic = 16 million
    Peak hour = 4822 passengers

International operations will cease from existing building when Integrated Terminal is commissioned while existing domestic operations will continue.

  1. Total annual capacity of Integrated Terminal and existing Domestic Terminal = 24.06 million (2015 - 16).
  2. Estimated cost of Integrated passenger terminal = Rs. 1,617.51 Crores.

Upgradation and Development

  1. Up-gradation of CNS equipment. ATC systems, a new DVOR/DME have been planned. ILS on the main runway is being replaced. A project to integrate radar and flight data is also under execution. It is also planned to have a full fledged ATC automation etc. with new.
  2. Extension of Secondary runway 01 length by 400mtrs x 45mtrs width and construction of Associated Taxi track of 1280mtrs x 25mtrs width along with 1 no. Rapid exit Taxiway of 336mtrs x 25mtrs width to cater A-380 type Air crafts, 3 nos. parking bays for 'C' type category Aircrafts.
  3. Apron augmentation, provision of visual lighting aids with Apron lighting and associated civil & Electrical works.
CHENNAI

Development of Kamraj Domestic Terminal Phase-II, Expansion of Existing Anna International Terminal and face lifting of existing Terminals at Chennai Airport.

Client

In House, AAI Project

Cost

Rs.1808 Crores

Commencement

November 2008

Completion

January 2011

 
The scope of the work incorporates Construction of additional International and Domestic Terminal building with an additional area of 59,300 sqm and 67,700 sqm respectively to handle 14 million passengers on International & Domestic Side at a time. The proposed extension of Terminal Building shall be of two level building having large span with frameless glazing, profile sheet roofing, ACP & SS cladding over walls & columns, granite & vitrified tile flooring perforated tiles system for better acoustics etc. Interior decor shall confirm to local art & aesthetics. Terminal shall be equipped with modern facilities including Central Air-conditioning, Elevators, Escalators, Aerobridges, Automatic Frameless Doors and Automatic Revolving Doors, Fire detection and alarm system, Surveillance CCTV system, IT systems, Security systems, Flight information display system, PA and car call system, EPABX, Fire fighting systems viz. automatic hydrant and sprinkler system and Building Management system etc.

Extension of Secondary Runway 12/30 for 1,030mtrs to cater to B-747 Series of Aircraft; construction of parallel taxi-track to the Secondary runway; 11 nos. parking bays for B747-400 type of aircrafts and taxi-links.

CHENNAI: Construction of Integrated Cargo Complex (Phase-III) at Chennai Airport.

Client

Airports Authority of India

Cost

Rs.68.01 Crores

Commencement

October 2008

Completion

January 2010

The scope of work consists of Construction of Integrated Cargo Building (Ph-III), Car park and Truck dock including electrical works i.e. Internal Electrical Installation, HVAC (Low side) & Fire fighting. The total area of Cargo Building is 30,015 sqm (Ground floor - 19,935 sqm & First Floor - 10,080 sqm) and its Car park & truck dock area is 24,400 sqm.
AMRITSAR

Phase-I: Upgradation and Development of Amritsar Airport.

Client

In House, AAI Project

Cost

Rs. 79.27 Crores

Commencement

January 2001

Completion

June 2006

 
The scope of work comprised upgrading the existing single storeyed Terminal Building to 11/2 level Terminal Building having an area of 14,500 sqm, centrally air conditioning (3x300TR), escalators 2 nos., lifts, baggage conveyors and flight information display system (FIDS) etc. This also includes infrastructural facilities like resurfacing/extension of the runway, taxiway and apron besides a new cargo complex, fire station, power house, ATC, sewerage treatment plant (STP)etc.

Preparation of cost estimates and tender documents invitation and evaluation of tenders, construction, supervision and project management for all works related to civil, E&M equipments, fire fighting, water supply and sewerage disposal system.

Phase-II: Modular Expansion of Terminal Building at Amritsar Airport.

Client

In House AAI Project

Cost

Rs.145 Crores

Commencement

December 2006

Completion

June 2009

The scope of work incorporates extension the existing RCC Terminal with a Modern steel and glass, 21/2 level world class Terminal building adding an area of 32,300 sqm, 2 nos. Aircrafts in contact parking bays, 4 nos. aerobridges/ PBB, besides augmenting utilities like air conditioning (3x600 TR), power and modern amenities viz. additional lifts (including 2 nos. glass capsule) 6 nos. and escalators 1 no., 4 nos. revolving doors etc. Ultimately with a total area of 46,800 sqm with the peak hour terminal capacity increased to 1200 pax (600 arrivals + 600 departures). The building is equipped with 30 nos. check-in-counter comparable counters, 24 nos. immigration counters, 16 nos. custom counters, larger security hold area on ground and first floor, Restaurant, VIP/CIP Reserved Lounge, Concessionaires and Duty Free shops area and 4 nos. Airlines Lounges at mezzanine floor and airlines offices at first floor.

Amritsar Airport (code 4/E) has one runway 16/34 (PCN-64/F/B/W/T) which is 12000 ft (3658mtr) long x 45mtr wide and 7.5mtr flexible shoulders, 3 taxiways designed as Taxiway E/F/G (PCN-64/R/B/W/T) and Apron capacity of l,27,275 sqm with 14 parking bays.

For improving the operational efficiency and the facilities/infrastructure inside the operational area involved land acquisition of approx. 44 acre, along with rehabilitation of structures belonging to the IAF Authorities. The acquisition of land shall facilitate constructing a new full length parallel taxi-track on the eastern side of the runway.

Preparation of cost estimates and tender documents invitation and evaluation of tenders, construction, supervision and project management for all works related to civil, E&M equipments, fire fighting, water supply and sewerage disposal system.

CALICUT

Client

Domestic & International Terminal Building, Calicut

Cost

Rs. 89 Crores

Commencement of ITB

14 November 2003

Completion of ITB

May 2007

Commencement of DTB

14 November 2003 (COMPLETED)

 
The Terminal Building consisting of two separate terminals side by side for International & Domestic Traffic with a total area of 24,950 sqm is having modern passenger friendly facilities such as central air conditioning system, inline x-ray baggage inspection system integrated with the baggage conveyor system, escalators, public address system, Flight Information Display System (FIDS), CCTV for surveillance, check in counters, car parking, etc. The International Terminal Building will have peak hour passenger handling capacity of 1000 passengers and the Domestic Terminal Building will have peak hour passenger handling capacity of 500 passengers. The Terminal has the facility of aerobridges with 05 Nos. in-contact bays out of which 03 are in operation and 02 under construction.

 

DEHRADUN

Client

Domestic Terminal Building, Dehradun

Cost

-

Commencement

09 February 2008

Completion

September 2009

 
The New Domestic Terminal Building having an area of 4,200 sqm is a contemporary style, steel and glass structure. The terminal is equipped with facilities including, central heating ventilation and air conditioning system (HVAC), baggage conveyors, public address system, Flight Information Display System (FIDS), CCTV for surveillance, parking, etc. The Domestic Terminal Building has the peak hour passenger handling capacity of 150 passengers (75 arrivals + 75 departures).

 

DIBRUGARH

Client

Domestic Terminal Building, Dibrugarh

Cost

-

Commencement

November 2005

Completion

February 2009

 
The Domestic Terminal Building having an area of 10,536 sqm and is equipped to handle 250 departing and 250 arriving passengers at a time. This building is fully air-conditioned and is equipped with all modern facilities like aerobridges, conveyor belts, X-Bis, CCTV, Flight Information Display board etc.

 

GOA

Client

Integrated Terminal Building, Goa (Proposed)

Cost

Rs.330 Crores

Commencement

-

Completion

24 Months

 
The integrated Terminal Building having an area of 61957 sqm and is proposed to have steel and glass structure, having all modern facilities such as in line baggage inspection system, Flight Information Display system (FIDS), CCTV etc. The building will be a state of the art structure.

The integrated Terminal Building will have peak hour passenger handling capacity of 2,770 passengers (750 international and 2,020 Domestic) with annual handling capacity of 37.19 lacs (7.76 lacs international and 29.43 lacs Domestic).

JAIPUR

Client

International Terminal Building, JAIPUR

Cost

-

Commencement

22 July 2006

Completion

27 June 2009

 
The New International Terminal Building has been developed with a built up area of 22,950 sqm (approx) designed as a steel & glass structure housing state-of-art facilities for passengers such as central heating ventilation and air conditioning system (HVAC), inline x- ray baggage inspection system integrated with the departure conveyor system, inclined arrival baggage claim carousels, escalators, public address system, Flight Information Display System (FIDS), CCTV for surveillance, check in counters with Common Use Terminal Equipment (CUTE), car parking, etc. The terminal has the facility of aerobridges, with 02 Nos in-contact bays. The International Terminal Building design is capable of handling upto 500 peak hour passengers (250 Arrivals and 250 Departures).

 

JAISALMER: Construction of New Civil Enclave at Jaisalmer Airport

Client

In House, AAI Project, JAISALMER

Cost

Rs.81 Crores

Commencement

November 2008

Completion period

24 Months

 
The scope of work comprises of Construction of New Terminal Building having an area of 7,000 sqm, centrally air-conditioned, baggage conveyors, flight information display system (FIDS) and city side development. Construction of 3 numbers of aircraft bays for AB-321 type aircrafts and a Link Taxi-Track of 750m length to be connected with the existing runway.

Preparation of cost estimates and tender documents, invitation and evaluation of tenders, construction, supervision and project management for all works related to civil, E&M equipments, fire fighting, water supply and sewerage disposal system is being done in house by Airports Authority of India.

The work of 'Construction of Apron and Link Taxi-Track' is in progress and the work of 'Construction of Terminal Building and Allied works' is in the process of award

LUCKNOW

Client

Integrated Terminal Building, Lucknow

Cost

Rs.129 Crores

Commencement

18 October 2007

Date of Completion (PDC)

31 March 2010

 
The Integrated Terminal Building having an area of 16,500 sqm (approx) is made of glass and steel structure having modern passenger friendly facilities such as central heating ventilation and air conditioning system, inline x-ray baggage inspection system integrated with the departure conveyor system, incline baggage conveyor system, escalator, public address system, Flight Information Display System (FIDS), CCTV for surveillance, check in counters, car parking etc. The terminal has the facility of aerobridges with 02 Nos. in-contact bays. The Integrated Terminal Building will have peak hour passenger handling capacity of 500 passengers (250 arrivals and 250 departures).

 

Lakshadweep: Airport at Agatti Island

Client

National Airports Authority

Cost

US $4.44 Million

Commencement

June 1986

Completion

May 1988

 
Scope of work included construction of runway and terminal building on a small coral island with extremely difficult logistic, having no locally available construction materials, not even a port facility for bringing materials & machinery.

Services rendered included feasibility studies, soil investigation, architectural and structural designs, preparation of cost estimates and tender documents, invitation & evaluation of tender bids.

Project management and construction supervision services for complete execution of work constituted a part of the consultancy services.

MADURAI

Client

Integrated Terminal Building, Madurai

Cost

Rs. 84.924 Crores

Commencement

26 November 2007

Completion

December 2009

 
The Integrated Terminal Building having an area of 17,560 sqm is made of glass and steel structure having modern passenger friendly facilities such as central air conditioning system, inline x-ray baggage inspection system integrated with the baggage conveyor system, escalator, public address system, Flight Information Display System (FIDS), CCTV for surveillance, check in counters, car parking etc. The Integrated Terminal Building will have peak hour passenger handling capacity of 500 passengers. The Terminal has the facility of aerobridges with 02 Nos. in-contact bays.
MYSORE

Client

Domestic Terminal Building, Mysore

Cost

Rs.18 Crores

Commencement

May 2008

Completion

September 2009

 
The new Domestic Terminal Building having an area of 3,150 sqm is made of glass and steel structure having modern passenger friendly facilities such as central air conditioning system, public address system, Flight Information Display System (FIDS), CCTV for surveillance, check in counters, car parking etc. The Domestic Terminal Building will have peak hour passenger handling capacity of 150 passengers.
RAIPUR

Client

New Integrated Terminal Building, Raipur

Cost

Rs.117.14 Crores

Commencement

19 September 2008

Date of Completion (Revised PDC)

31 March 2010

 
The Integrated Terminal Building would have a covered area of 18,500 sqm and is equipped to handle 500 Domestic and 200 international passengers. This building will be fully air-conditioned and will be equipped with all modern facilities like aerobridges, conveyor belts, X-Bis, CCTV, Flight Information Display Board etc.
RANCHI

Client

New Integrated Terminal Building, Ranchi

Cost

Rs.127.63 Crores

Commencement

21 January 2009

Completion

21 January 2010

 
The Integrated Terminal Building is planned for covered area of 19,676 sqm and is capable of handling 500 Domestic (250 departing and 250 arriving passengers) and 200 International (100 departing and 100 arriving passengers). This building will be fully air-conditioned and will be equipped with all modern facilities like aerobridges, conveyor belts, X-Bis, CCTV, Flight Information Display System Board etc. New Technical Block and Control Tower is also proposed.
SRINAGAR

Client

Srinagar, Integrated Terminal Building

Cost

Rs.101.33 Crores

Commencement

08 November 2004

Completion

31 May 2009

 
The New Integrated Terminal Building has a built up area of 17,900 sqm (approx) is made steel & glass structure, its form being inspired from natural topography of the region. The terminal design and infrastructure focuses on passenger convenience. Providing facilities such as central heating and ventilation, inline x-ray baggage inspection system integrated with the departure conveyor system, inclined arrival baggage claim carousels, escalators, public address system, Flight Information Display System (FIDS), CCTV for surveillance, car parking, etc. The terminal has the facility of aerobridges with 04 Nos in- contact bays. The International Terminal Building is having peak hour passenger handling capacity of 950 passengers (425 arrivals and 425 departures).
SURAT

SURAT : Development of Surat Airport

Client

In House, AAI Project

Cost

Rs.110 Crores

Commencement

October 2003

Completion

June 2008

 
The scope of work consists of soil investigation, detailed engineering, construction of terminal building suitable for handling of 120 arriving and 120 departing passengers with an area of 8430 sqm, air field pavements design and construction for strengthening/extension of existing runway for operation of Airbus A-320 / A-321 type aircraft, construction of 4 nos. aircraft parking bays & taxiway, ATC facilities, fire station, power house, E&M workshop, MI room and roads & car parks.

Preparation of cost estimates and tender documents, invitation and evaluation of tenders, projects management and construction supervision and project management for all works related to civil, electrical/electronics and other equipments.

SURAT : Development Domestic Terminal Building

Client

Domestic Terminal Building, Surat

Cost

Rs. 13.8 Crores

Commencement

October 2006

Completion

February 2009

The new Domestic Terminal Building having an area of 8,474 sqm is made of glass and steel structure having modern passenger friendly facilities such as central heating system, central air conditioning, public address system, Flight Information Display System (FIDS),CCTV for surveillance, check in counters, car parking etc. The Domestic Terminal Building is having peak hour passenger handling capacity of 250 passengers(125 arrivals + 125 departures) and annual handling capacity of 2.03 lacs.
TRICHY

Client

Integrated Terminal Building, Tiruchirappalli

Cost

Rs.49 Crores

Commencement

05 June 2006 (COMPLETED)

 
The Integrated Terminal Building having an area of 11,777 sqm (approx) is made of glass and steel structure having modern passenger friendly facilities such as central air conditioning system, inline x-ray baggage inspection system integrated with the baggage conveyor system, escalators, public address system, Flight Information Display System (FIDS), CCTV for surveillance, check in counters, car parking etc. The Integrated Terminal Building has the peak hour passenger handling capacity of 400 passengers and annual handling capacity of 3.24 lacs. The Terminal has the facility of aerobridges with 02 Nos. in-contact bays.
TRIVANDRUM: Development of Trivandrum Airport

Client

In House, AAI Project

Cost

Rs.320 Crores

Commencement

October 2006

Completion

December 2009

 
The scope of work consists of construction of New International Terminal Building (Phase-I & II of total 33,529 sqm area) with modern infrastructural facilities, construction of 8 nos. aircraft parking bays & taxiways, roads& car parks (575 cars) and bridge/ramps over Chackai Canal for approach road being constructed by Kerala State Govt.

Terminal building module has been finalised through open Architectural Competition. This module provides modern world class infrastructure for users. This terminal building include following facilities for efficient clearance of passengers and baggages

Passenger Capacity : Departure - 800 PAX  
    Arrival- 800 PAX  
Building Envelope : Steel structure frames covered with all      around structural glass glazing and      Aluminium   standing seam roofing.  
Aerobridges : 03 Nos.  
Escalators : 04 Nos.  
Elevators : 04 Nos.  
Departure : Pre-check in X-Ray Machines - 04 Nos.
    Check-in-counters - 30 Nos.
    Immigration counters - 14 Nos.
    Custom counters - 04 Nos
    Security Check - 04 Units
    Baggage Conveyors - 03 Nos.
Arrival : Immigration counters - 12 Nos.
    Baggage claim conveyors - 03 Nos.
    Custom Check (Red + Green) - 07 + 02
UDAIPUR

Client

Domestic terminal building, Udaipur,

Cost

Rs.75 Crores

Commencement

17 November 2005

Completion

17 April 2008

 
The New domestic Terminal Building is a contemporary style of steel and glass structure with a built up area of 12,500 sqm (approx). The Terminal is integrated with modern passenger friendly facilities such as central heating ventilation and air conditioning system (HVAC), escalators, public address system, Flight Information Display System (FIDS), CCTV for surveillance, car parking, etc. The terminal has the facility of aerobridges with 02 Nos in- contact bays. The domestic Terminal Building is having peak hour passenger handling capacity of 600 passengers (300 arrivals and 300 departures).
VADODARA

Client

Integrated Terminal Building, Vadodara

Cost

Rs.142.69 Crores

Commencement

-

Completion

24 months

 
The integrated Terminal Building having an area of 18,120 sqm. is made of glass and steel structure having modern passenger friendly facilities such as central air conditioning system, inline x-ray baggage inspection system integrated with the baggage conveyor system, escalators, public address system, Flight information system (FIDS), CCTV for surveillance, check in counters with common Use Terminal Equipment (CUTE), car parking etc. The Integrated terminal Building will have peak hour passenger handling capacity of 700 passengers (500 Domestic and 200 International) and annual handling capacity of 7.30 lacs.
VIZAG

Client

Integrated Terminal Building, Visakhapatnam

Cost

Rs.85 Crores

Commencement

17 February 2006

Completion

15 February 2009

 
The Integrated Terminal Building having an area of 21,558 sqm (approx) is made of glass and steel structure having modern passenger friendly facilities such as central air conditioning system, inline x-ray baggage inspection system integrated with the baggage conveyor system, escalator, public address system, Flight Information Display System (FIDS), CCTV for surveillance, check in counters, car parking etc. The Integrated Terminal Building has a peak hour passenger handling capacity of 700 passengers and annual handling capacity of 7.3 lacs. The Terminal has the facility of aerobridges with 02 Nos. in-contact bays.

Last updated on - 01st January 2010