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Agartala airport to get integrated terminal building by 2021

Tuesday, 10 Nov 2020
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Agartala airport in Tripura will get a new integrated terminal building by the beginning of 2021. The Airport Authority of India (AAI) is investing Rs 438 crore for upgradation of the airport. 
 
Over 90 percent of the project work is completed and the new integrated terminal building is scheduled to be ready by the beginning of 2021. 
 
The only airport of Tripura, Maharaja Bir Bikram Airport, will get a new integrated terminal building as the existing terminal building was saturated and there was no further scope of expansion. 
 
With a built-up area of 30,000 sq mtr, the terminal building will be equipped with 20 check-in counters, four passenger boarding bridges, conveyor belts and passenger-friendly modern facilities and amenities. 
 
The terminal has been designed to process 1,000 domestic and 200 international passengers during peak hours making the annual handling capacity of three million passengers. 
 
The development work also includes construction of the apron having capacity to park six aircraft at a time. The terminal building will depict local art and heritage through its architecture.
 
The objective was to create an overall free flowing terminal which is simple and easy to construct, while being a perfect mix of ecological infrastructure, art and building technology. The Advanced Intelligent Building Management Systems have also been used to optimise the consumption of energy. 
 
Moreover, bamboo is used as a widespread local material in the state for construction whereas tribal art work and crafts are included to promote cultural tourism. The art and craft work is displayed all over the terminal in the form of sculptures, jaali work, furniture and murals.
 
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