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திருச்சி விமானநிலையத்தில் பயணிகளை வரவேற்க இனி கால் கடுக்க நிற்க வேண்டாம்! பிரத்யேக வசதி

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திருச்சி விமானநிலையத்திலிருந்து சென்னைக்கும், மலேசியா, இலங்கை, துபாய், சிங்கப்பூர் உள்ளிட்ட வெளிநாடுகளுக்கும் விமானங்கள் இயக்கப்படுகிறது.


வெளிநாடுகளுக்கு செல்லும் பயணிகளை வழியனுப்பவும், அங்கிருந்து வரும் பயணிகளை வரவேற்பதற்கும் விமானநிலையத்திற்கு அதிகளவில் நண்பர்கள், உறவினர்கள் வருகை தருகின்றனர்.

வெளிநாடுகளுக்கு செல்லும் பயணிகளை வழியனுப்புவோர், விமான நிலையத்தினுள் புறப்பாடு பகுதியில் 100 ரூபாய் கட்டணம் செலுத்தி வழியனுப்புவோருக்காக ஒதுக்கப்பட்டுள்ள குறிப்பிட்ட பகுதி வரை செல்ல அனுமதிக்கப்படுகின்றனர்.

ஆனால் பயணிகளை வரவேற்க வரும் உறவினர்கள் விமானநிலையத்தில் வருகை பகுதியில் வெளியே உள்ள தடுப்பு பகுதியில் நீண்டநேரம் காத்திருக்கவேண்டிய நிலையை தவிர்க்க பிரத்யேக வசதி செய்யப்பட்டுள்ளது.

சென்னை மற்றும் வெளிநாடுகளிலிருந்து வரும் பயணிகள் இந்திய குடியுரிமை அதிகாரிகள், வான் நுண்ணறிவு பிரிவு சுங்கத்துறை அதிகாரிகளின் சோதனைகளை முடித்து வெளியே வரும் வரை பார்க்கும் வகையில் விமானநிலையத்தில் பிரத்யேக வசதி செய்யப்பட்டுள்ளது.

இதன்படி பயணிகளின் உறவினர்கள் வருகை பகுதியில் ஒரு குறிப்பிட்ட பகுதி வரை சென்று, கண்ணாடி தடுப்புக்கு வெளியே அமர்ந்து பயணிகளை பார்க்கும் வகையில் வசதிகள் ஏற்படுத்தப்பட்டு, இதற்கு ரூ.100 என கட்டணம் நிர்ணயம் செய்துள்ளது.

இந்த வசதி மூலம் வெளிநாட்டில் இருந்து பயணிகள் வந்ததை உறுதிப்படுத்துவதுடன், எவ்வளவு நேரத்தில் வெளியே வருவார் என்பதனையும் அவரது உறவினர்கள் அறிந்துக்கொள்ள முடியும். மேலும் இந்த வசதி மூலம் பயணிகளை வரவேற்க இனி கால் கடுக்க நிற்க வேண்டாம்.


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Thank you Economic Times-Mumbai Edition, for highlighting the trichy airport's domestic connectivity needs in national level.


In India four International airports having more international passengers than domestic passengers. These are Kochi, Thiruvananthapuram, Kozhikode and Tiruchirappalli.

Compared the Domestic and international passengers ratio,
The average India ratio is
1 : 0.29.
But the above mentioned airports ratio is,
1. Kochi is 1 : 1.26
2. Thiruvananthapuram is 1 : 1.47
3. Kozhikode is 1 : 5.03
4. Tirucchirappalli is 1 : 7.05

This ratio clearly shows that Tirucchirappalli International Airport having how much international traffic and how much domestic traffic to be covered. The reality is Tirucchirappalli International Airport is expecting sixth International direct Connectivity and no direct Connectivity with in India except chennai.


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Kerala airports handle more international passengers than domestic

NEW DELHI: The growth in India's domestic air travel is among the key benchmarks the sellers of global commercial jets would keenly track.

But, curiously, some airports in the peninsula cater to more international than domestic passengers, illustrating the traffic potential from the Gulf and the ASEAN cities in the South.

Data from the state-run aviation property company Airports Authority of India (AAI) show that Kochi, Trivandrum, Kozhikode, and Tiruchirappalli hosted more outbound passengers than those travelling within the country in the fiscal year ended March 31, 2017.

"These international airports have more international flights. Look at the case of Tiruchirappalli airport, which is connected by five international destinations directly, but only one domestic destination," said Habeebullah U ..

This airport, with flights to Colombo and connected domestically to Chennai by ATR aircraft, has 14 narrow-bodied international departures per day with 15,078 weekly seat capacities and more than 90% of load factor. There are only three ATR local departures to Chennai.

"Tiruchirappalli International Airport has clearly been neglected by Indian carriers and South East Asian airlines have benefited from that," adds Ubaidullah.

This trend is in sharp contrast to the passenger break-up at the nation's two biggest cities and aviation hubs — Delhi and Mumbai — where domestic passengers outnumber those going overseas three to one.

Delhi airport catered to 42 million domestic and 15 million international passengers in FY17: For Mumbai, ..

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Pictorial Representation on where the New Integrated Terminal Building will come



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Once it is completed TRZ become the alternate airport to Chennai and it will reached its new height.


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Trichy International Airport Gets New Integrated Terminal Building at a Cost of Rs 900 Crores---To support crucial CODE E Type Aircraft


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Sanjeev Jindal,General Manager (Engineering), Airport Authority of India, New Delhi, Charul Shukla, Joint General Manager, (Arch) AAI, K.Gunasekaran, Director, Tiruchi airport, having a look at the master plan of Tiruchi airport expansion on Friday. | Photo Credit: B_VELANKANNI RAJ

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Airports Authority of India has sanctioned ₹897 crore for the project; work to be completed in three years

The expansion plan for the Tiruchi International Airport got a fillip with the Airports Authority of India (AAI) beginning work on a new passenger terminal building to cater to future demands.


The construction of a new terminal building was necessitated as the existing one had reached saturation level in view of the sharp rise in passenger traffic growth.

The AAI has engaged a French company M/s. EGIS as the Project Management Consultancy (PMC) to prepare the design and plan for the new passenger terminal building incorporating local themes along with a new Air Traffic Control Tower – cum – Technical Block and for other works.

The detailed plan and design for the swanky terminal building would be drawn up by the French PMC, said Mr. Sanjeev Jindal, General Manager (Engineering), AAI, New Delhi.

The AAI had prepared an initial master plan of the Tiruchi airport based on which the PMC would make a detailed plan for the upcoming project, he added. The new terminal building would come up on an area of 67,500 square metres with basement and air side corridor.

Mr. Jindal along with Ms. Charul Shukla, Joint General Manager (Architecture), AAI, New Delhi and a four-member PMC team visited the Tiruchi airport and inspected the project site on Thursday and Friday besides holding discussions with AAI officials regarding finalization and commencement of the upcoming project.

The AAI has sanctioned ₹897 crore for the project which would encompass construction of a two-level integrated passenger terminal building with multi-level car parking facility besides a new Apron, new isolation bay and an array of other facilities, Mr. Sanjeev Jindal said.

The new building would have a capacity to handle 3.52 million passengers per annum with its ‘peak hour’ handling capacity being 2,700 passengers including 2,200 international travellers.

“If everything goes as per plan, the project is expected to start in March 2018 and will be completed in a period of three years”, Mr. Jindal told reporters here on Friday. Based on the design prepared by the PMC, the project execution would be done by another agency for which tenders would be called for in December.

The PMC would, however, monitor the pace of the entire project including the quality of the materials to be used, he further said.

Land was not a constraint for the construction of the new terminal building along with other facilities as the AAI had adequate site near the existing terminal building, Ms. Charul Shukla said.

The new building would be on par with other international airports in the world, Mr. Jindal said adding that it would be designed and constructed in such way to cater to the growth in another 15 years.

Environmental clearance

The AAI had obtained the environmental clearance from the Union Ministry of Environment and Forests last month ahead of the execution of the mega project.

It will be six times bigger

The new integrated passenger terminal building to be constructed at Tiruchi international airport will be six times the size of the existing building.

The new apron as part of the mega project would have 10 bays to accommodate even wide-bodied aircrafts with associated link taxiways and vehicular lane.


The multi-level car park proposed at the new building would be designed for 750 cars.

The new terminal building and other works would be carried out taking into account environmental concerns, said Mr. Sanjeev Jindal, General Manager (Engineering), Airports Authority of India, New Delhi.

There would be a new four lane approach road to the new terminal building as per the master plan.

The salient features of the terminal building include in-line baggage handling system with inclined carousels for baggage claim; additional basement to accommodate baggage make-up, baggage breakdown area and other services; electric substation, AC plant room, a generator yard and provision of illuminated and information signage inside the terminal.

The new building would hugely reduce congestion, Mr. Jindal said.

The existing terminal building and the facilities associated with it would continue to be used even after the commissioning of the new terminal building, said Ms. Charul Shukla, Joint General Manager (Architecture), AAI, New Delhi.

“We will promote local art and artists by giving them necessary space inside the new terminal building for publicity and sale of their products”, Mr. Sanjeev Jindal said. As part of conserving energy, the AAI would install LED lights besides making provision for recycle of waste water for horticulture use and flushing of tanks, he said.

Airport Director K. Gunasekaran said the creation of new facilities would turn Tiruchi into one of the best international airports in the southern region. Mr. Gunasekaran said the Project Management Consultancy team would make few more visits to Tiruchi to giving a final shape to the project.



source: http://www.thehindu.com/news/cities/Tiruchirapalli/new-passenger-terminal-building-for-airport/article19238710.ece

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http://www.thehindu.com/news/cities/Tiruchirapalli/new-passenger-terminal-building-for-airport/article19238710.ece




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Project Management Consultancy - Tiruchirappalli International Airport
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TIRUCHIRAPPALLI, TAMIL NADU
Date: 08 June 2017
Duration: 57 months
Client: Airport Authority of India

Project Management Consultancy for Construction of New Integrated Passenger Terminal Including Elevated Roads & Other Associated Works at Tiruchirappalli International Airport, Tiruchirappalli, Tamil Nadu, India

Project overview
Trichy is the fourth largest municipal corporation and the fourth largest urban agglomeration in the State of Tamil Nadu. The city is an important educational centre in the state of Tamil Nadu with wellknown educational institutions. It is also the base of large heavy industries such as BHEL, Golden Rock Railway Workshop, and Ordnance Factory and is known as the "Energy equipment and fabrication capital of India" due to the presence of large number of energy equipment manufacturing units in and around the city. Thus Trichy has educational and economic importance in Tamil Nadu.
To cater to travel of such diverse population in educational and business sectors, Trichy International Airport serves as a key transportation hub connecting travellers between Trichy mainly to Chennai and and to cities in Middle East and South East Asia.
The passenger traffic in Trichy has growth at the CAGR of 16% since 2008 from 0.4 MPPA in 2008 to 1.35 MPPA in 2015. The jump in traffic came after 2012 when the airport was declared international in 2012.
The forecasted passenger traffic is expected to reach 3.52 MPPA in 2025/26 @ a CAGR of 10%.
A new integrated passenger terminal building was built in 2009 with a two floor area of 11,777 sqm. The old terminal has been converted into international cargo complex and new terminal caters to more than 85% of international passengers and rest for domestic passengers. The proposed integrated terminal will be constructed over a vacant land.
Our missions
The objective of this project is to deliver a world class passenger terminal building and associated infrastructure which has the following components:
• Passenger terminal building: Two level integrated terminal building having an area of 60,723 sqm + basement with airside corridor for new contact stand and city side approach road. The PTB shall be equipped with airport and building engineering systems that are suitable for world class airports
• An elevated road in front of the building
• Suggest/Incorporate the location to develop additional 10 in-contact bays for code ‘C’ type of aircraft with associate link taxiways, GSE area etc.
• City side development works : Concept planning of city side hospitality district including road and car parking and Multi model transport connectivity integration system. Location of Hospitality District on city side comprising hotels for passengers, malls/ infotainment park and food court, Multilevel Car Park etc.
Egis will provide services from concept to commissioning i.e. design the passenger terminal concept, prepare tender documents, assist Airport Authority of India in selection of contractor and carry out construction project management and supervision.


http://www.egis-india.com/egis-in-actio ... al-airport


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Trichy airport to get a Rs 897crore new terminal

TRICHY: The Airport Authority of India (AAI) has unveiled a plan to expand TrichyInternational Airport. A new state of the art two-level integrated terminal will be constructed at a cost of Rs 897 crore at the airport.

The AAI is planning to develop the new terminal as a model for raising similar facilities at other airports in the country.

The move has come after saturation of existing terminal which could handle 1.35 million passenger flow last year. The new terminal will be six times bigger than the existing one. It can handle 3.52 million passengers per annum.

A four-member team from M/S EGIS - A France based Project Management Consultant (PMC) along with Airport Authority of India (AAI) officials visited the airport on Thursday. After carrying out a marathon meeting, they have now come up with the final design of the terminal.

"A global tender would be floated to award contract for the construction of the new terminal soon and the construction is likely to start in March 2018," said Sanjeev Jindal, general manager, engineering project, AAI.


"If everything goes as per plan, the terminal will be ready for use in the next three years," he said.


"We want to ensure that we are not depended on the state government for power and water. Hence the entire building will be lit with led lights and we also have plans to raise solar power plants. Not a single drop of liquid waste will go out into the water bodies. Liquid waste would be processed in sewerage treatment plant," said Jindal.


The new terminal with a peak hour capacity of 2,700 passengers (2,200 international and 500 domestic) will have a basement with airside corridor, approach road and canopy for passenger facilitation.


http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city ... 489951.cms


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