CONSTRUCTION TO BEGIN FOR NEW AIRPORT AT MOPA

CONSTRUCTION TO BEGIN FOR NEW AIRPORT AT MOPA

04 Sep '16

GMR group, which runs Delhi and Hyderabad airports, has won the bid to develop and operate the Rs 3,000-crore Mopa airport in Goa on a public private partnership basis with the state government.

Goa's second airport which is expected to take three years for completion from the start of construction and will run parallel to the existing airport at Dabolim. The airport is under control of Indian Navy and this imposes restrictions on airline operations. In  2015-16 the Dabolim airport handled five million passengers equivalent to its handling capacity

In the first phase the airport will handle 4.4 million passengers annually and will cost around Rs 3,100 crore. The developer will be allowed to levy tariff under hybrid till model, About 381 acres has been earmarked for land side development including 149 acres for aircraft fuelling facilities, car park and utilities. The developer also has to operate an aviation skill development centre at the airport.

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