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Hyderabad, January 17, 2007

As part of providing feeder services to the industries, the Airport Authority of India will sign a Memorandum of Understanding with the State Government for the development of Warangal and Kadapa airports next month. The construction and renovation of these two airports will be completed within two years but the State Government is trying to get the commercial operations by the end of the year. Besides upgrading these airports, the AAI, with the assistance of the State Government will also undertake the techno-economic feasibility study for the airports at Nellore, Ongole, Ramagundam and Tadepalligudem. At a high level meeting chaired by the Chief Minister on Wednesday has decided to this effect.

It also reviewed the progress of expansion of the Visakhapatnam, Gannavaram, Rajahmundry, Tirupati and Puttaparthi airports. The Shamshabad International Airport, sixty percent of the project has been completed while 62.1 per cent of the civil works of the Passenger Terminal Building is completed. The entire project will be completed by September this year.

As far as Visakhapatnam Airport is concerned, the runway has been completed and re-carpeting of the airport will be over in a couple of weeks. Night landing facility, including installation of instrument landing system, works will be completed and the calibration aircraft will do the testing for night landing by February.

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