Airports Authority of India has invested Rs 707 crore in a new 40,800m2 Port Blair airport terminal in India to meet growing passenger demand. The new facility, currently under construction and scheduled to open in October, will be able to accommodate up to 1,200 passengers per hour during peak periods.

The building will have three floors. The ground floor will serve as a remote arrival, bus lounge and service area; the upper ground will be used for access to the terminal for departing and arriving passengers; and the first floor will be the Security Holding Area (SHA) for international passengers.

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