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New terminal at Bhubaneswar airport starts operations

The existing terminal at the airport will soon be upgraded for international operations

BS Reporter  |  Kolkata/ Bhubaneswar 

The swanky new domestic at the formally started with the landing of an flight from New Delhi this morning.

“All domestic at the Biju Patnaik international airport have been shifted to the new from today. The new will exclusively cater to domestic air services,” said Sharad Kumar, director- Airports Authority of India (AAI)-Bhubaneswar.



The existing at the airport will soon be upgraded for international operations, he said.

The state-of-the-art inaugurated on March 5 by civil aviation minister, Ajit Singh is built at a cost of Rs 145 crore. The had a trial run earlier in November last year with the landing of flight- AI 9604 from Port Blair carrying about 20 passengers. Equipped with two aerobridges, four elevators and a couple of escalators, the has a passenger seating capacity of 600.

The has 16 check-in counters and parking space to accommodate nine aircrafts.

With a total built-up area of around 200,000 sq ft, the is centrally air-conditioned with peak hour capacity of 800 passengers.

For fast clearance of baggage with minimum waiting time, three arrival conveyors each of 250 ft length have also been built. Parking area has been upgraded to accommodate 400 cars/taxis and 10 coaches. Besides, six rain water harvesting tanks have been constructed for recharging the rain water to ground and help in improving water level of surrounding areas. The building is provided with sewerage treatment plants for treating the effluent and reusing it for horticulture purposes. A 100 kilo watt (KW) solar power station is also planned for the building.

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New terminal at Bhubaneswar airport starts operations

The existing terminal at the airport will soon be upgraded for international operations

The existing terminal at the airport will soon be upgraded for international operations The swanky new domestic at the formally started with the landing of an flight from New Delhi this morning.

“All domestic at the Biju Patnaik international airport have been shifted to the new from today. The new will exclusively cater to domestic air services,” said Sharad Kumar, director- Airports Authority of India (AAI)-Bhubaneswar.

The existing at the airport will soon be upgraded for international operations, he said.

The state-of-the-art inaugurated on March 5 by civil aviation minister, Ajit Singh is built at a cost of Rs 145 crore. The had a trial run earlier in November last year with the landing of flight- AI 9604 from Port Blair carrying about 20 passengers. Equipped with two aerobridges, four elevators and a couple of escalators, the has a passenger seating capacity of 600.

The has 16 check-in counters and parking space to accommodate nine aircrafts.

With a total built-up area of around 200,000 sq ft, the is centrally air-conditioned with peak hour capacity of 800 passengers.

For fast clearance of baggage with minimum waiting time, three arrival conveyors each of 250 ft length have also been built. Parking area has been upgraded to accommodate 400 cars/taxis and 10 coaches. Besides, six rain water harvesting tanks have been constructed for recharging the rain water to ground and help in improving water level of surrounding areas. The building is provided with sewerage treatment plants for treating the effluent and reusing it for horticulture purposes. A 100 kilo watt (KW) solar power station is also planned for the building.
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New terminal at Bhubaneswar airport starts operations

The existing terminal at the airport will soon be upgraded for international operations

The swanky new domestic at the formally started with the landing of an flight from New Delhi this morning.

“All domestic at the Biju Patnaik international airport have been shifted to the new from today. The new will exclusively cater to domestic air services,” said Sharad Kumar, director- Airports Authority of India (AAI)-Bhubaneswar.

The existing at the airport will soon be upgraded for international operations, he said.

The state-of-the-art inaugurated on March 5 by civil aviation minister, Ajit Singh is built at a cost of Rs 145 crore. The had a trial run earlier in November last year with the landing of flight- AI 9604 from Port Blair carrying about 20 passengers. Equipped with two aerobridges, four elevators and a couple of escalators, the has a passenger seating capacity of 600.

The has 16 check-in counters and parking space to accommodate nine aircrafts.

With a total built-up area of around 200,000 sq ft, the is centrally air-conditioned with peak hour capacity of 800 passengers.

For fast clearance of baggage with minimum waiting time, three arrival conveyors each of 250 ft length have also been built. Parking area has been upgraded to accommodate 400 cars/taxis and 10 coaches. Besides, six rain water harvesting tanks have been constructed for recharging the rain water to ground and help in improving water level of surrounding areas. The building is provided with sewerage treatment plants for treating the effluent and reusing it for horticulture purposes. A 100 kilo watt (KW) solar power station is also planned for the building.

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