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Expansion of Vijayawada and Rajahmundry airports on cards

Hyderabad, February 14, 2007

The State Government on Wednesday signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Airports Authority of India (AAI) for the expansion of Vijayawada and Rajahmundry airports. KV Brahmananda Reddy, Special Secretary to Government, Transport, Roads and Buildings and AAI Executive Director Inderjit Singh in the presence of the Chief Minister, signed the MoU.

According to MoU an expenditure of Rs. 18 crore at Rajahmundry on the construction of new terminal building for handling 150 passengers at a time with scope for modular expansion and all modern facilities and amenities. Nigh landing facilities would be provided at a cost of Rs. 3 crore and a Doppler Very High Frequency Omni Range (DVOR) would be installed at a cost of Rs. 2 crore.

The Vijayawada Airport would be developed at an estimated cost of Rs. 86 crore including construction of new terminal building for handling 300 passengers at a time. The runway would be extended to 7500 feet at an installation of DVOR would cost another Rs. 2 crore. The Chief Minister asked the AAI to complete the work in the stipulated period without any delay.

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