The proposed Greenfield Airport in Hollongi is designed for operations of the A-320 category of aircraft as well as a future extension of the Runway by 500 meters distance to cater A-321 type of aircraft.
Arunachal Capital to get an airport! Airports Authority of India (AAI) has established the construction work of a Greenfield Airport in Hollongi, which is 15 kilometers from the state capital Itanagar.
The project which is being built with an estimated cost of Rs 645 crore, would include various growth works like construction of airport pavements, terminal Building, airside work, and city side works.
Airport in Hollongi is designed for operations of the A-320 category of aircraft
The proposed Greenfield Airport in Hollongi is designed for operations of the A-320 category of aircraft as well as a future extension of the Runway by 500 meters length to cater A-321 type of plane. The airport’s terminal building will have a place of 4100 square meters and will be capable to take 200 flyers during peak hours, according to the source.
The terminal facility will be provided with eight check-in counters and will have all modern passenger facilities. According to the information, the development work is in full swing and almost 80% of airside works are ended.
Airport in Hollongi is planned for
The progress of the new Interim Terminal building’s construction is 30%. The airport in Hollongi is planned for operationalization on 15 August 2022. The airport terminal will be energy efficient equipped with a Rain Water Harvesting system as well as a sustainable landscape.
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Besides, the development work includes the construction of ATC Tower cum Technical Block, Medical Centre, Fire station as well as other ancillary works.
The envelope of the building is influenced by the surrounding landscapes. The top form of the airport is organic and it establishes an instant connection with the viewer. The interior of the building is designed to emanate a sense of calm to the flyers by providing free-flowing spaces, a secret service core as well as a glass facade.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has emphasized changing the northeastern state of Arunachal Pradesh into a major gateway to Southeast Asia by developing modern infrastructure across the state, the statement said.
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