The Airports Authority of India is preparing to carry out its expansion plan for Rajahmundry Airport in order to accommodate rising passenger traffic.
The Terminal Building will be expanded as part of this Rs 350 crore project, with upgraded amenities such as 28 check-in counters, 04 conveyor belts, tactile paths, enhanced parking, and more.
Following the upgrade, the airport will be able to accommodate 2100 passengers during peak hours. This airport’s 5-star GRIHA-rated Terminal building will also feature local art and culture in its design.
Rajahmundry Airport is a domestic airport serving the city of Rajamahendravaram in the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh. It is heavily used by Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) helicopters and other government agencies for offshore oil exploration operations.
The Advantages of Expanding Rajahmundry Airport
This project will help the state’s economy grow.
It will attract business and increase trade, as well as improve air connectivity and job creation.
Also promotes regional integration, cultural exchanges with local art forms, and cultural identity preservation.