Foundation stone laid for civil enclave at Darbhanga airport

Darbhanga airport belongs to the Indian Air Force with runway length of 9,000 feet

GN Bureau | January 3, 2019


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Union minister of commerce and industry and civil aviation Suresh Prabhu and Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar laid foundation stone for the development of civil enclave at Darbhanga airport.

 
Darbhanga airport belongs to the Indian Air Force with runway length of 9000 feet, suitable for operation of Air Bus -321 type of aircraft.  IAF  is  providing  required  space  to  AAI  at Darbhanga, for setting up an interim civil terminal inside the Air Force Station premises, on short  term  lease,  till  the  completion  of  permanent  civil  enclave  by  AAI  on  the  land  to  be provided by the state government.
 
The upcoming 15000 square feet new terminal building of the civil enclave will be a no-frill pre-fabricated/pre-engineered structure with all essential passenger facilities.
 
The Rs 92 crore-terminal building will have six  check –in  counters with peak hour handling capacity of 200 passengers.

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