By our Staff Reporter
GUWAHATI, Jan 23: An integrated termil building going to be erected at Lokapriya Gopith Bordoloi Intertiol (LGBI) Airport at Borjhar on the outskirts of Guwahati is set to add more wings to the airport, boosting its taking off and landing capacity.
To be constructed by the Airport Authority of India (AAI), the foundation stone of the termil is going to be laid on January 28 by Union Minister of Civil Aviation Ashok Gajapati Raju. A review meeting with Kamrup(M) Deputy Commissioner M Angamuthu in the chair was held in the office of AAI’s Northeast Executive Director on Tuesday. The DC has directed all concerned to work for spreading of a tent, repair of roads, beautification, cleanliness etc., at the site. According to official sources, when constructed the termil is going to add to the taking off and landing capacity of the airport where as many as 75 flights take off and land now. This is set to solve a number of problems being faced by the airport now. At the meeting, the DC also took stock of beautification works along the tiol Highway 37 from the airport to Khapara. The entire stretch of the road is being beautified keeping an eye on the Global Investment Summit.