On Saturday, the combined terminal building that is being constructed at Chennai Airport in the shape of a nozzle will be officially opened by the Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi. The construction of this terminal came to around 1,260 crore.
See out the PM Modi, soon to be unveiled at the Chennai Airport’s Yarn Terminal.
The passenger and aviation traffic at Chennai Airport will be easier to manage thanks to the terminal, which covers an area of meters and has a capacity of. The Ministry of Civil Aviation stated that it underlined the government’s commitment to providing passengers with a facility that is of the highest possible standard.
The newly constructed Terminal 2 at Chennai International Airport will allow for an increase in the annual number of passengers served by the airport from 23 million to 30 million.
On Twitter, the Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi, posts glitzy photographs of the Chennai Airport terminal along with the prediction that it would improve connections and make it easier for businesses to do transactions there.