New Islamabad airport near completion

The airport is located at an area of 3,300 acres, with the length of 18.5 kilometres.The airport is positioned at an space of three,300 acres, with the size of 18.5 kilometres.

Greater than 90% work on the brand new Islamabad Worldwide Airport (IIAP) has been accomplished and the power is predicted to change into operational in October 2016, in accordance with IIAP Undertaking Director Civil Aviation Brigadier (Retd) Pervez Hayat Khan.     

He was briefing a delegation of the Islamabad Chamber of Commerce and Business (ICCI) led by its chairman, Muzzamil Hussain Sabri, on Thursday. He knowledgeable the delegation that the runways, roads and terminals have been within the remaining stage of completion and it has been developed with the state-of-the-art facility with 3 times extra passenger dealing with capability, a four-story terminal and 15 boarding bridges.

Khan added that 99% work for laying transmission strains has been accomplished and a 135 megawatt grid station has additionally been constructed to offer electrical energy to the airport.

He mentioned the airport is positioned at an space of three,300 acres, with the size of 18.5 kilometres, whereas feasibility of three huge dams was ready to provide water to the power. Khan mentioned the preliminary growth value of the venture was estimated at Rs38 billion, nevertheless, because of delays, its value has elevated to over Rs85 billion.

He hoped that the completion of this facility would give increase to enterprise actions as it can promote commerce and exports from this area. Talking on the event, ICCI President Sabri appreciated the development of a contemporary airport in Islamabad and mentioned {that a} Facilitation Counter for businessmen must be established on the airport to offer them higher companies.

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