PM Modi to Inaugurate Chennai Airport and Several Other Projects in South India

On April 8, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is scheduled to dedicate the airport’s new integrated terminal structure. (Saturday). On Saturday at around 3 o’clock, the Prime Minister is anticipated at the Chennai Airport, where he will dedicate the brand-new integrated terminal structure.

According to the Prime Minister, it will be a significant improvement to Chennai’s facilities. He continued, “It will improve connectivity and help the neighbourhood economy.”

The 2,20,972 square metre new integrated terminal structure at Chennai Airport is planned to accommodate the state of Tamil Nadu’s increasing air traffic. Its development of it cost Rs. 1,260 crores.

According to a tweet from the Ministry of Civil Aviation, “It also reflects the government’s commitment to providing high-quality infrastructure to travellers.”

The modern facility at the Chennai Airport is anticipated to enhance everyone’s experience flying thanks to its 35 million yearly passenger handling capacity. The days of April 8 and 9 will see Prime Minister Modi travelling to Telangana, Tamil Nadu, and Karnataka.

He’ll start the Secunderabad-Tirupati Vande Bharat Express first. The Hyderabad AIIMS Bibinagar will then receive its first piece of construction from the Prime Minister. The Prime Minister will launch the Chennai-Coimbatore Vande Bharat Express at MGR Chennai Central Railway Station after officially opening Chennai Airport’s new integrated terminal structure.

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