Kostanay airport of Kazakhstan to see territory expansion (Exclusive)
Baku, Azerbaijan, July 5
By Nargiz Sadikhova - Trend:
Reconstruction of a passenger terminal of the Kostanay airport of Kazakhstan is planned within the realization of Kazakhstan’s State program for infrastructural development 'Nurly Zhol' for 2015-2019, the Ministry of Industry and Infrastructural Development told Trend.
Currently, the akimat (administrative center) of the region is developing a feasibility study of the project. According to the ministry, the possibility of allocating the republican budget funds for funding the reconstruction is being looked into at the moment.
Following the reconstruction, the capacity of the terminal will grow up to 400 passengers an hour, and the territory of the terminal is to be expanded up to 10,500 square meters. Furthermore, two jet bridges will be used on the territory.
Currently, the preliminary cost of the project is six billion tenge. The construction work is to be launched in 2020.
Earlier, Trend reported on plans of Kazakhstan to renovate passenger terminals.
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