Reconstruction of Vladivostok International Airport is in Full Swing
The construction of the new air traffic control tower in Vladivostok International Airport is slated for February, 2010.
VLADIVOSTOK. December 16. VOSTOK-MEDIA – The construction of the new air traffic control tower in Vladivostok International Airport is slated for February, 2010.
The upcoming construction is to be carried out as part of the preparation for APEC-2012 Summit. Federal Air Navigation Service and OJSC "Concern PVO "Almaz-Antey" are the government contractors for the construction projects.
According to Primorsky Krai Department of Industry and Transport, the air traffic control will be constructed in Knevichi village, where the large-scale rebuilding of Vladivostok International Airport is underway.
The airport rebuilding project involves the construction of two new air strips, state-of-the-art passenger terminal, air cargo terminal and refueling facilities. After the reconstruction the airport will be capable of handling aircrafts of all types. The capacity will extend to 3.5 million passengers per year.
Primorsky Krai Governor Sergey Darkin believes that the airport rebuilding will contribute substantially to the development of Primorsky Krai. Experts agree that once the reconstruction is made, Vladivostok International Airport will become the central airport in the East of Russia and serve as an air hub for flights connecting Southeast Asia with Asian Russia and Northern USA and Canada.
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