Chaudhary Charan Singh International Airport, Lucknow

 

i) C/o New Integrated Terminal Building

Area 1,11,367 square meter (including Basement of 20461 sqm. and connecting corridor of 6646 sqm. area)
Annual Capacity 13.6 MPPA (Million passengers per annum)
Peak Hour Handling (PHP) Capacity 4000 pax (3200 Domestic & 800 International)
Project Cost Rs. 1383 crore
Project Commencement Sept 2018
Probable Date of Completion Sept 2021

The ongoing development of the city of Lucknow will lead to increase in both Domestic and International passengers passing through the Airport. The Airport is forecast to develop beyond 10 million passengers per annum over the next decade.

The terminal Architecture will endeavour to express the position of Lucknow as a key central city of the province of Uttar Pradesh. Strong references to the Culture and Traditional Architecture will be expressed by the building's Architecture. Arriving and departing passengers will sense this identity and reference to place. The building will be provided with aesthetically appealing and soothing interior decoration matching the modern structure. The new terminal will be designed to process both International and Domestic flights within one building and the capacity to process up to 4000 passengers/hour.

 

 

Chennai International Airport, Chennai

 

i) C/o New Integrated Terminal Building & Allied Works

Area 236044 square meter
Annual Capacity 22.54 MPPA (Million passengers per annum)
Peak Hour Handling (PHP) Capacity 5000 pax (4100 Domestic + 400 International)
Project Cost Rs.1342 crore
Project Commencement 04.07.2018
Probable Date of Completion August 2022

The rapid growth, constraints to expand the existing terminal buildings and the need to upgrade facilities to international standards, prompted AAI to take up the second phase of modernization. It includes demolition of the existing domestic terminal T2 and international terminal T3 and rebuilding them with 2 levels. The design of the terminal is derived from the traditional form of local art and culture; especially the traditional costume of Bharatanatyam dance form. It can be felt in the dynamic roof form which reflects the movement and lightness of ripples in a fabric. This gently curved structure unifies all the terminals of the airport and gives it an integrated look. The round roof lights at the peak of the pleat provide the space below with natural light as well as the mean to extract smoke. The roof will then cantilever over the forecourt road to create a welcoming space and weather protection for the passenger and visitors alike.

Inspiration was taken from Kolam for the interiors. Kolams are thought to bring prosperity and positivity to a space. Display of local art forms, sculptures, abstract patterns derived from Kolam and local crafts will give a local yet modern touch to the airport.

Locally available materials like granite, and ecofriendly materials would be largely used. The overall setting would help in achieving the airport a 4 star GRIHA rating. An ecofriendly airport indeed!

ii) Upgradation of Airside Infrastructure

To meet the demands of Modernisation and Up gradation, Augmentation of airside is also under progress.

Up gradations like Construction of 3 Nos of RET’s for the main Runway 07/25 and 2 Nos for Secondary Runway 12/30, Straightening of parallel Taxi-Track, Strengthening of Existing Apron and Taxiway to cater Code ‘E’ Aircrafts were under construction for reducing the runway occupancy time. Also Reconfiguration of Apron in to MARS stands is taken up to increase Apron capacity.

 

 

Lokpriya Gopinath Bordoloi International Airport, Guwahati

 

i) C/o New Integrated Terminal Building & Allied Works

Area 90000 sqm
Annual Capacity 12 MPPA (Million passengers per annum)
Peak Hour Passengers (PHP) Capacity 4500 pax (4100 Domestic + 400 International)
Project Cost Rs. 1232 crore
Project Commencement April 2018
Probable Date of Completion June 2021

A New Integrated Terminal Building is being constructed at Guwahati to cater to the rapidly growing passenger traffic at LGBI Airport Guwahati. The building is RCC composite structure equipped with state-of-the-art passenger facilities. The interiors of the building will depict local handicrafts, murals and tourist destinations of the state. The city side will be aesthetically landscaped with lush green areas. The New Terminal Building is designed to have green areas within and outside the building connecting passengers to the nature. A small internal green forest feature, bamboo artefacts and a craft village are integrated into the overall design, highlighting rich ethos and culture of the region. The design approach signifies the sustainability by use of daylight for public areas, contributing substantially to visual & thermal comfort. The building has been designed to achieve GRIHA 4 star Rating.

 

 

Jai Prakash Narayan Airport, Patna

 

i) New Integrated Terminal Building and Other Associated works

Annual Capacity 8.0 MPPA (Million passengers per annum)
Peak Hour Handling (PHP) Capacity 3000 pax (2500 Domestic + 500 International)
Project Cost Rs. 1216.90 crore
Project Commencement October 2018
Projected date of completion October 2022

The existing Terminal building a Patna capable to handle 2.5 million passengers per annum. Traffic handled in the year 2018-19 was 4.06 million @ growth of 30.6% over 2017-18. To cater to growing traffic demand, a new integrated terminal building for 8 mppa is being constructed along with allied works like new technical block cum Control Tower, Fire Station CAT VII, Cargo, MLCP for 1000 cars, E&M Workshop and apron expansion for 5 nos. in-contact bays and 6 nos. remote bays.

The upcoming New Terminal building will be a modern Iconic structure. Design of the building is inspired by Nalanda University, in the ancient kingdom of Magadha. It will be a two level terminal with arrival on ground level and departure on first level accessed by a flyover. Services and baggage management system is provided in the basement. The Terminal building will be energy efficient & shall have GRIHA-4 Star certification. It will be a RCC composite structure equipped with state-of-the-art passenger facilities. Passenger exiting from arrival level will have pleasant experience of Madhubani Garden having variety of flowers, fountains and pattern flooring.

 

 

Veer Savarkar International Airport, Port Blair

 

i) C/o of New Domestic Terminal Building

Area 40837 Square meter
Annual Capacity 4.0 MPPA (Million passengers per annum)
Peak Hour Handling (PHP) Capacity 1200 pax ( 1000 Domestic + 200 International)
Project Cost

(For Terminal and ATC Tower)
Rs. 772.46 crore
Project commencement January 2017
Projected date of completion December 2020

Port Blair Airport has witnessed a sharp increase in passenger traffic due to increased tourist inflow. To cope with increased demand, a New Integrated Terminal Building is proposed to be built at Veer Savarkar International Airport, Port Blair. The Terminal Building will serve both the Domestic as well as International passengers with a unique design approach welcoming the passengers on to the sun, sands and waves of Port Blair the minute they set their.

In a location abound with natural beauty; it was only logical that the inspiration for the building of the new terminal be found amongst nature- on the island’s sandy beaches to be precise. With the humble sea shell for inspiration, the design concept of ‘Evolving from Nature’ took a concrete shape, that of a shelter.

ii) Extension of Airport Infrastructure and New Apron

In line with the construction of new Terminal building and growing traffic demand, Extension of Apron is proposed along with link taxi track to accommodate additional 4 Nos. of code ‘C’ aircrafts. The project will cost approximately Rs. 100 crores and is likely to be completed by December, 2020.

 

 

Tiruchirappalli International Airport, Tiruchirappalli

 

i) C/o New Integrated Terminal Building & Allied Works

Area 55217 sq.m
Annual Capacity 3.5 MPPA (Million passengers per annum)
Peak Hour Handling (PHP) Capacity 2900 pax. (600 Domestic + 2300 International)
Project Cost Rs. 564 Crores
Project Commencement October 2018
Projected date of completion October 2021

Construction of a new two-level Integrated Terminal Building has commenced at Trichy Airport to cater to the rapidly increasing passenger traffic at the Airport. The new Terminal’s architecture will endeavour to express the position of Trichy as a key strategic location to reflect the inspiration of colourful multi-layered traditional architecture in a contemporary manner. The design of roof is most important as it gives the structure an iconic look. The interiors of the building reflect the colours and culture of the city through materials and textures in a contemporary manner.

The intuitive form of the new Terminal Building will create a unique architectural identity in southern region and add a new dimension to the terminal design. Strong references to the local culture and traditional architecture will be expressed by the building’s architecture. Arriving and departing passengers will sense this identity and belongingness to the place. The building has been designed in an eco-friendly manner by maximizing daylighting and sustainable building materials are being used to achieve GRIHA 4-star Rating.

ii) Upgradation of Airside Infra

New apron for 10 nos. for A-321/A-320 type of aircraft with associated link taxiways, GSE area and Isolation bay with link Taxi-track for A-321/A-320 type of aircraft.

 

 

KushokBakulaRimpochee Airport, Leh

 

i) Construction of New Domestic Terminal Building

Area 18,985 Sqm.
Annual Capacity 1.6 MPPA (Million passengers per annum)
Peak Hour Handling (PHP) Capacity 800
Project Cost Rs. 480 crore
Project Commencement Sept 2018
Probable Date of Completion Sept 2021

Passenger traffic growth at Leh Airport has been tremendous in last few years. Compound annual growth rate (CAGR) in last 4 years is 20.3%. Therefore, the need for a New Domestic Terminal Building at Leh to cater to the rapidly growing passenger traffic. It is proposed to construct a modular, energy efficient and self-sustaining Passenger Terminal building providing seamless passenger movement with all modern amenities. The design of the building keeps the philosophy of ancient Buddhist wisdom intertwined with modern ethos and closely incorporates Buddhist design elements in the overall look and feel of the building. Local Art and Culture has been amalgamated in the architecture design of Terminal Building.The design approach also signifies sustainability by the use of Double Insulated Roofing and wall system, LED lighting with sensors, Energy Efficient Chillers with VFDs, Solar Power system, Rain Water Harvesting System to recharge ground water table and Sewage Treatment Plant of 165 KLD capacity.Design features aim to achieve GRIHA 4 Star Rating.

ii) Upgradation of Airside Infra

Runway extension by 396m (on 18 side), Construction of RCC Boundary wall and allied safety & security infrastructure work. This work is expected to be completed by May-2020.

 

 

Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose International Airport, Kolkata

 

i) C/o Air Traffic Control Tower cum Technical block and allied works

Area 27507 Sqm
Category CAT. I
Project Cost Rs. 458 Crore
Project Commencement August, 2017
Probable date of completion December 2020

The existing control tower building is located in between the old domestic and old international terminal buildings and has very limited area. The existing structure has space constraints for bifurcation of facilities and cannot accommodate more instruments and working personals. Also, keeping in view the ongoing expansion and capacity enhancement works, existing building needs to be demolished. Hence a new ATC tower and technical block is being built to keep up with the increasing aviation needs.

ii) Extension of Air Side Infrastructures, F taxi track and New Apron Bays

Due to large growth in passenger traffic and implementation of RCS scheme, there was an urgent need to increase apron capacity at Kolkata Airport. To cater to increased demand, 23 nos. of parking bay for ‘C’ category and 3 nos. parking bay for ‘E’ category is planned along with extension of ‘F’ taxi track and 3 nos. Rapid Exit Taxi (RET) tracks are planned and construction has been taken up to increase airside capacity for optimum use of the airport. The overall cost of the project is Rs. 264.99 crore and is likely to be completed by November, 2021.

iii) Construction of Hangars and associated Apron Bays

To meet the requirement of Hangars at NSCBI Airport, Kolkata, three ‘C’ Category Hangars and connecting Apron with link taxi way are under construction on the eastern side of the main runway. The cost of the project is Rs. 143.4 crore and is likely to be completed by January, 2021.

 

 

Jolly Grant Domestic Airport, Dehradun

 

i) C/o New Integrated Terminal Building & Allied Works

Area 37,700 square meter
Annual Capacity 3.65 MPPA (Million passengers per annum)
Peak Hour Handling (PHP) Capacity 1800 Pax (900 Departure + 900 Arrival)
Project Cost Rs. 457 crores
Project Commencement August 2018
Probable Date of Completion September 2020

The Passenger Terminal, equipped with all modern amenities, strives to express the culture and the traditions of the city. The PMC Consultants for the project are M/s Dorsch Consult India Pvt. Ltd. The traditional Kath Kuni Architectural style has been incorporated in the interior design along with the use of locally available materials like timber and slate. The design of the façade is inspired by the forest Research Institute of Dehradun. The Landscape elements are also inspired by the local climate, culture, flora and fauna and blend well into the surroundings. The double curved roof is designed to aid in Rainwater harvesting as well as reduce the heat gain of the Terminal. Its energy efficient fixtures and Solar Power System, along with the mentioned features, shall strive to make this Building a GRIHA 4-Star Rating Structure. The Multi-Level Car Parking will have a capacity of 500 cars as well as provision for 11 VIP Car Parking.

ii) Construction of Apron for 12 New Aircrafts and other planned Airside works

Dehradun Airport, to cater to its growing traffic movements, has commenced construction of Apron for the parking of 06 Code ‘C’ and 06 Code ‘B’ Type of Aircrafts. This shall take the total Aircraft Parking capacity of the Airport to 20 Bays (10 Code ‘C’ and 10 Code ‘B’ Type of Aircrafts). This work is expected to be completed by August 2020.

Along with expansion of the Apron, strengthening of the Runway and Taxiways is also in progress and is expected to be completed by September 2020.

 

 

Maharaja Bir Bikram Airport, Agartala

 

i) C/o New Integrated Terminal Building & Apron for 6 additional parking bays for A-321 type of Aircrafts

Area 25000 square meter
Annual Capacity 3 MPPA (Million passengers per annum)
Peak Hour Passengers (PHP) Capacity 1200 pax (1000 Domestic + 200 International)
Project Cost Rs.438.28 crore
Start of Work June 2017
Probable Date of Completion June 2020

The Terminal design is simple and elegant with relief green areas in both inside and outside of building which connects the passengers and visitors to nature. Bamboo artefacts and furniture which is easily found in Agartala has been extensively highlighted and readily used in the interiors of building in terms of media to boost revenue generation in the state for such materials.

The design approach entails sustainability at its core with ample daylight during daytime. Particular attention has been given to the lighting of public areas since different lighting levels may emphasize the area activities and the interior architecture. Indirect lighting, both natural and artificial is proposed in the large public areas. Building has been designed to optimize the energy usage along with low maintenance materials to achieve GRIHA 4- star rating.

 

 

Pune Airport

 

i) C/o New Integrated Terminal Building

Area 48000 Sqm
Annual Capacity 9.0 MPPA (Million passengers per annum)
Peak Hour Handling (PHP) Capacity 2300 pax
Awarded Cost Rs.358.89 crore
Commencement October, 2018
Projected Completion April, 2021

A New Integrated Terminal Building is being constructed at Pune to cater the rapidly growing passenger traffic demand. The idea of the project is to integrate the old and the new buildings in continuous and seamless fashion to showcase the unity. The old and the new terminal building have been unified by the cityside canopy which has louvers depicting the influences from Shanivaar Wada fore court, entrance Gate and gardens, Aga Khan palace, Mahatma Phule Market, homage to the national hero i.e. ChhatrapatiShivajiMaharaj, Parvati Hills Temple, Ganesh Chaturthi etc. The Terminal Building is GRIHA compliant and has been applied for GRIHA certification.

 

 

Jabalpur Airport

 

i) C/o of New Domestic Terminal Building

Area 10000 Sqm
Annual Capacity 1.0 MPPA (Million passengers per annum)
Peak Hour Handling (PHP) Capacity 500 pax
Project Cost

(For Terminal and ATC Tower)
Rs. 140.49 crore
Project Commencement May 2019
Probable date of completion June 2021

A New Domestic Terminal Building is being proposed to meet the growing traffic demand & make the airport suitable for operation of AB-320 type of aircraft, up gradation of the airport has been taken up in a holistic manner.

The roof form is based on the triangular pyramids/ tetrahedron shapes formed by the Marble rocks of Bhedaghat the same influence has also been carried in the interiors. The influences from Marble Rock gorge at Bhedaghat, Dhunuadhar falls, Bagh Block Print, Gond artwork etc have been transformed into design elements. The wall surfaces have been treated with marble rock texture panels.

ii) C/o Air Traffic Control Tower cum Technical block and allied works

Area 3728 Sqm
Category CAT. III (IMD II)
Project Commencement May 2019
Projected Completion June 2021

The existing control tower building is located very close to the existing apron. The present facilities have very less area and most importantly the building is in extremely dilapidated condition. The building is congested and there are constraints of space for bifurcation of area control centre, also the control tower is too small to accommodate more instruments and working personals. Keeping up the downside of the existing tower a new ATC Tower was proposed to keep up with the increasing aviation needs.

iii) Extension of Runway and New Apron

The present Apron falls within the Runway strip and have a Capacity to accommodate only one Number of aircraft. To adhere with the DGCA CAR and growing traffic demand construction of New Apron with 4 number of parking bays for AB-320 type of aircraft is proposed alongside with New Terminal Building. The runway will be extended from present length of 1988m to 2750m, work commenced on Feb 2018 and is estimated to be complete by August 2020 at a cost of Rs. 150.09 crore.

 

 

Surat International Airport, Surat

 

i) Extension of Integrated Terminal Building

Area Total= 25520 Sqm.

=8474 Sqm (Existing)+17046 Sqm (Extension)
Annual Capacity 2.6 MPPA (Million passengers per annum)
Peak Hour Handling (PHP) Capacity 1800 pax
Project Cost Rs. 138.48 crore
Project Commencement May 2019
Probable Date of Completion Feb 2021

To cater the demand for international flights from Surat and increasing domestic traffic a need was felt for expanding and modifying the existing domestic terminal into an integrated terminal. The design intent is to match and upgrade the existing building characteristics such as the building envelop and roof profile with the proposed one. So harmonious repetition of roof is done to maintain the character of the Terminal. Along with terminal, a landscape which is inspired from the local textile pattern of "patanpatola" is developed. Textile pattern and motifs were incorporated in the interiors to showcase the industrial heritage and cultural ethos of the city and region.

ii) Construction of Parallel Taxi Track and Extension of Apron

Proposed expansion of Terminal building and Induction of international flights to meet the increased traffic demand. Extension of Apron for 10 number of parking bays for AB-320 type of aircraft along with parallel taxi track have commenced on July 2019 having a PDC of Feb 2021. Awarded cost Rs. 63.13 crore.

 

 

Dabolim Airport, Goa

 

i) Extension of Integrated Terminal Building

Area 18300 Sqm
Annual Capacity 2.0 MPPA (Million passengers per annum)
Peak Hour Handling (PHP) Capacity 4000 pax
Project Cost Rs. 132.69 crore
Project Commencement Dec 2019
Probable Date of Completion Sept 2021

As goa accounts for more than 93% of country’s international charter tourist flights and there is a huge rise in both domestic and international tourists. A dire need was observed to upgrade the existing terminal infrastructure. So, the Extension of the integrated terminal Building is under progress at Dabolim Airport.

The design would follow the existing typology of the terminal and also the existing facade without compromising the experience of the passengers. The major intention is to represent the culture and artwork of Goa in both the interiors and the exteriors in a way that the passengers get an experience and understanding of the culture of Goa. The Design provides not only the natural way of insulation of the roof, but also makes the design automatically a step closer to the GRIHA-4 star compliant.

 

 

Civil Enclave, Kanpur Chakeri

 

i) C/o New Passenger Terminal Building

Area 6250 square meter
Peak Hour Handling (PHP) Capacity 300 pax
Project Cost Rs. 105.47 crore
Project Commencement Oct 2019
Probable Date of Completion Feb 2021

Kanpur is the biggest city of Uttar Pradesh and is the main centre of commercial and industrial activities. It is situated on main Delhi- Howrah Trunk Lines and on the bank of holy river Ganga. Kanpur Airport belongs to IAF and AAI maintains a Civil Enclave. The existing terminal building was constructed in 1975 having an area of 750 sqm. with passenger handling capacity of 50 PHP (25 Dep. + 25 Arr.).

AAI has planned a new Passenger Terminal Building with all modern facilities as per IMG norms. The overall planning of Building will capture local architecture features and it will be a part of design features of Terminal Building. The common concourse area should have provision for Meet-and-Greet area, snack bar, facilitation counters, toilet, AHU switch room, drinking water facilities, area for commercial facilities etc.

 

 

Adampur Airport

 

i) C/o New Domestic Terminal Building

Area 7920 Sqm. (including canopy)
Annual Capacity 0.6 MPPA (Million passengers per annum)
Peak Hour Handling (PHP) Capacity 300
Project Cost Rs. 115 crore
Project Commencement March 2019
Probable Date of Completion June 2020

The new Domestic Terminal Building is designed to be centrally air-conditioned equipped with all essential passenger friendly amenities and provided with BMS, Check-in-Counters, Baggage Conveyors, Frisking Booth, X-ray Machines, Public Address System, Fire Fighting and Fire Alarm System, Flight Information Display System (FIDS), SCCTC, Baggage Scanners and Car Parking for 150 Cars. Local Art and Culture has been amalgamated in the architecture design of Terminal Building. The design approach also signifies sustainability by the use of Double Insulated Roofing system, LED lighting, Low heat glazing, Energy Efficient Chillers with VFDs, Solar Power system, Rain Water Harvesting System to recharge ground water table, Sewage Treatment Plant of 100 KLD capacity and Solid Waste Management system.Design features aim to achieve GRIHA 4 Star Rating.

 

 

Darbhanga Airport

 

i) Interim Terminal Building

Area 1400 square meter
Annual Capacity 1.0 MPPA (Million passengers per annum)
Peak Hour Handling (PHP) Capacity 100 pax
Project Cost Rs. 76 crore
Project Commencement Sept 2018
Projected date of completion June 2020

Darbhanga Airport belongs to Indian Air Force (IAF). Under UDAN 2, Spice Jet has been identified as Select Airline Operator (SAO) for operation of RCS flights on Darbhanga -Bengaluru, Darbhanga – Mumbai, Darbhanga- Delhi routes.

AAI is developing an Interim Civil enclave at Darbhanga on 2.3 acres of land leased from IAF which include a terminal building. An additional 2.42 acres of land adjacent to present 2.3 acres of land has been requested from IAF for expansion of terminal building to cater to Code 4C type of aircraft passengers.

 

 

Mangaluru Airport

 

i) Expansion of NITB (arrival side) including provision of two additional

Area 8483 square meter
Annual Capacity 2.5 MPPA (Million passengers per annum)
Peak Hour Handling (PHP) Capacity 1100 pax.
Project Cost Rs. 95.80 crore
Project Commencement April 2018
Projected date of completion August 2020

New Integrated Terminal Building at Mangaluru Airport having an area of 18627 Sq. metres is a steel and glass structure accessible with passenger friendly facilities of international standards. The aesthetically done interiors & artwork are an amalgamation of the architecture of the region and add grandeur to the space.

To augment the capacity, it has been proposed to expand the building to make an area of 27110 Sq. metres by adding 3 more arrival conveyor belts. To ease the traffic on the flyover it has been planned to bring the arrival exit through the lower ground floor level.

The expansion and modification would be in tune with the existing architecture of the building with the aesthetically done up interiors.

ii) Any other major work (upgradation of Airside Infra)

Construction of part parallel taxi track Phase-II and Grading and levelling of basic strip at south side of the Runway 06 side & allied works including electrical works.

Expansion of existing Apron for additional 3nos. Code-C.

 

 

Deoghar Airport

 

i) New Integrated Terminal Building and Other Associated works

Area 4000 square meter
Annual Capacity MPPA (Million passengers per annum)
Peak Hour Handling (PHP) Capacity 200 pax
Project Cost Rs. 77.01 crores
Project Commencement May 2019
Projected date of completion June 2020

Deoghar Airport will be the second operational airport in the State of Jharkhand. The Airport is being developed in collaboration with DRDO and JV between Govt. of Jharkhand and AAI for AB-320 / C-130 (DRDO) type of aircraft covering a land area of 653.34 Acres.

The developed works includes Runway, apron for parking of 3 Nos. A-320 type of aircraft, a separate apron for DRDO, Isolation bay, buildings like New Technical Block cum Control Tower, Fire Station Category VII, MT Workshop and Administrative Office Building in addition to the Terminal Building work.

The New Terminal Building will be an RCC composite structure equipped with state-of-the-art passenger facilities. The elevation of the terminal building is inspired by the ‘Shikharas’ of Baidyanath Temple. The interiors of the building will depict local tribal handicrafts, Madhubani artwork and tourist destinations of the state highlighting rich ethos and culture of the region. The city side will be aesthetically landscaped with lush green areas connecting passengers to the nature.

 

 

Kolhapur airport

 

i) C/o New Domestic Terminal Building

Area 3900 Sqm
Annual Capacity 0.5 MPPA (Million passengers per annum)
Peak Hour Handling (PHP) Capacity 300 pax
Awarded Cost

(For Terminal and ATC Tower)
Rs. 61.67 crore
Commencement May 2019
Projected Completion March 2021

A New Domestic Terminal Building is being constructed at Kolhapur to Upgrade the Aviation infrastructure of the region.

As a symbolism of tangible heritage, the terminal building showcases the features of ChhatrapatiShahujiMaharaj palace. Front facade of the terminal has a classical palace type resemblance which is very prominent and depict elemental combination of multi-foil and pointed arches which stands as the edifice towards the city side and sets a long lasting impression on the visitors’ memory.

ii) C/o Air Traffic Control Tower cum New Fire Station

Area 2700 Sqm
Category Category IV (IMD III)
Commencement May 2019
Projected Completion March 2021

New ATC Tower cum Technical block is Under way to cater the upgrading facilities.

iii) Extension of Runway and Apron

Runway extension by 560m from existing 1370m to 1930m along with 3 number of parking bays for operating ATR-72 type of Aircrafts. The runway will be further extended from 1930m to 2300m for operation of AB-320 type of aircraft, subject to availability of 64 acres of land requested from State Govt. The cost of the project is Rs. 74.52 crore which commenced on August 2018 is likely to be completed by February, 2021.

 

 

Jaipur International Airport, Rajasthan

 

i) Modification of Existing Terminal Building(T-2)

Area 23,000 square meter
Combined Annual Capacity (T1+T2) 3.5 MPPA (Million passengers per annum)
Combined Peak Hour Handling Capacity (T1+T2) 920 pax
Project Cost Rs. 46 crores
Project Commencement December 2017
Probable Date of Completion March 2020

The existing Terminal Building with an area of 18,000 square metres experienced a congestion of existing Departure, Immigration and Arrival Halls. In order to decongest check-in and baggage claim area to allow for better traffic flow through the Terminal, additional Departure Hall and Arrival Hall were added to the eastern and western wings.

ii) Refurbishment, Retrofit and Renovation of the old Terminal building(T-1)

Area 11,350 square meter
Project Cost Rs. 67 crores
Project Commencement November 2018
Probable Date of Completion March 2020

The old Terminal Building(T1), which is presently being used for cargo operations, is being refurbished, retrofitted and renovated to be set into operation again. The Terminal Building(T1) shall decrease passenger traffic load on T2 while also increase overall capacity of passenger traffic handling.

iii) Construction of Cargo Complex

Area 6832 square meter
Annual Handling Capacity 102000 MT
Project Cost Rs. 24.5 crores
Project Commencement January 2019
Probable Date of Completion March 2020

The Cargo Complex in Jaipur is being constructed on the southern side of the Airport within a site area of 13,572 sqm. It shall allow the Old Terminal Building to be used for passenger facilitation.

iv) Construction of Apron, Parallel Taxi Track (Phase-I and Phase II) and other allied Airside Infrastructure

Parallel Taxi Track from Tango Taxi to Nallah (phase-1) is presently ongoing and is likely to be completed by March 2020.

Further extension of the PTT from Nallah to Runway 27, is in progress and likely to be completed by March 2020.

ANS works planned for upgradation of the Airport include the installation of Approach RADAR, HP DME and the installation of MSSR. These are likely to be installed by December 2020.

 

 

Tezu Airport, Arunachal Pradesh

 

i) C/o New Terminal Building, Control Tower cum Technical Block cum Fire Station & associated facilities.

Area 4000 square meter
Peak Hour Passengers (PHP) Capacity 200 pax
Project Cost Rs.54 crore
Commencement of Work

(MOU with TCIL)
October 2018
Probable date of Completion June, 2020

The terminal will be equipped with all modern passenger facilities, consisting of pre-engineered structure with glass & steel envelop having profile sheet roofing on steel truss. Sustainable design in engineering services including public health, electrical, BMS, fire detection & fighting, landscaping & interior design has facilitated a comprehensive & holistic design adding value to the building. The interiors of the building depict local handicrafts, murals & tourist destinations.

 

 

Khajuraho Airport, Madhya Pradesh

 

i) Construction of New ATC Tower and Technical Block

Category Category III (IMD II)
Project Cost 18.26 Crores
Project Commencement May 2018
Probable Date of Completion December 2020

A New ATC Tower and Technical Block is under construction at Khajuraho Airport, under the consultation of Gurugram based Consultants, DesignICON. The Tower shall have a height of about 35m and will replace the existing ATC Tower which is older and much smaller in size and cannot serve the upgraded CNS/ATM units to be incorporated at the Airport.

ii) Development of airside infrastructure

Airside Works currently ongoing at the Airport include the widening & Grading of Runway Strip, Construction of perimeter road, storm water drainage system and operational boundary wall. It is likely to be completed by Sep.2020.

 

 

Gaya Airport

 

i) Construction of Control Tower cum Technical Block

Category Category III (IMD II)
Project Cost 17.71 Crores
Project Commencement Feb 2016
Projected date of completion Aug 2020

The existing control tower building is located very close to the existing apron and is in an extremely dilapidated condition. The building is congested and has constraints of space for bifurcation of area control centre and is too small to accommodate more instruments and working personals. Keeping in view the constraints of existing tower a new ATC tower is being constructed.

ii) Expansion of New Apron

The present Apron has a Capacity to accommodate only 3 Number of aircraft. To cater to growing demand for additional parking stands by the Airlines, construction of two additionalstands has been taken up at a cost of Rs. 12 crores and is likely to be completed by April, 2021.

 

 

Puducherry Airport

 

i) Construction of ATC Tower cum Technical Block & Fire Station of Cat-VII

The proposed ATC Tower cum Technical block is a three-story structure with five story control tower. The floor level of control tower is 18.25m above ground level.

Area 920 square meter
ATC Category Cat-IV,IMD-II
Project Cost Rs. 10.88 crore
Project Commencement Feb 2018
Projected date of completion March 2020

 

 

HolongiGreenfield Airport, Itanagar

 

Considering the importance of air connectivity to the capital city of Arunachal Pradesh, a Greenfield Airport is proposed to be constructed at Holongi, 15 km from Itanagar. Planned on 667 acres of land the airport will be able handle A-320 type of aircraft operations. The greenfield Airport will be constructed in phases.The Phase-I will be developed at an estimated cost of Rs.955 cr which would include construction of runway of 2300 x 45m, apron for 2 nos. A320 type aircraft, a state of the art terminal building for 200 peak hour capacity, Technical Block cum ATC, a fire station, isolation bay, installation of DVOR & ILS.

The New Domestic Terminal building will have an area of 4100 sqm to handle a peak hour capacity of 200 pax. The form of the building starts from simplest of concepts. The building has been perceived as a single spacious volume, through which passengers can easily flow from road to the aircraft. The building interior emanates a sense of calm, uncluttered spaces that offer a place for passengers to relax, away from the stress of their long journeys. The glass envelop of the terminal opens up the interiors visually towards the panoramic scenic site of the Himalayan foothills. The terminal building has acquired a vibrant character as its glass envelope reflects the landscape imagery.

 

 

Hirasar Greenfield Airport, Rajkot

 

Existing Rajkot Airport spread over 236 acres has a single Runway 05/23 of dimension 1842m x 45m suitable for operation of A-320 type of aircraft. There is no possibility of expansion of existing airport as the airport is surrounded by railway line and State Highway on Eastern side and residential development all around the airport. Therefore, a proposal was put up to the Govt. of Gujarat for construction of a new Greenfield Airport for Rajkot at Hirasar.

The development work of Hirasar Greenfield Airport will take place in a holistic manner at a cost of Rs. 1405 crores. i/c construction of Runway, Apron & allied necessary operational facilities, Terminal Building, ATC tower, Fire Station etc. Design for terminal building is in inception stage and planning is in process to make the terminal equipped with all type of passenger facilities.