Here is the new Islamabad Airport, which will be launched on 14th August
A Sneak Peek of New Islamabad AirportAhead of Its 14th August Launch:
The new Islamabad Airport will be ready for operations around the mid of July. It is One of the biggest airports in Pakistan.The airport is relied upon to be prepared by March this year and is around 95% finish. It will be introduced by Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on fourteenth August. Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif in a meeting said that “Infrastructure projects are the backbone of our economy and essential for the public”.A few authorities of the Aviation Division, National Highway Authority (NHA), Islamabad Mayor, and different authorities also joined into review progress on the new airport.
Features of the new airport:
Two main roads from M-1 and M-2 motorways will be connected to the airplane terminal. Furthermore, the GT Road will likewise be connected with the airplane terminal.The airplane terminal will have the capacity to benefit 4,500 individuals at once. It will have 15 parking bays and will have the capacity to dock 2 Airbus A-380 planes in the meantime. New Islamabad Airport will have cutting edge offices for load taking care of, wellbeing and security, traveler help and stopping administrations.
Islamabad Metro Bus Project:
The Metro Bus project of Rs. 18 Billion will connect the existing Metro bus service to Islamabad Airport.The first section will join Peshawar Mor with G-13 sector and the second section will join G-13 to N-5 interchange.These two interchanges will join to the new airport.
Flaws of the design:
Two of the runways were initially wanted to permit concurrent departure and arriving for two planes at once. The runways were developed excessively near one another which now just permits one plane to departure or land at once.Ideally, the new airplane terminal won’t confront more postponements than it as of now has. It was initially going to be done
in December 2016 however it was postponed to June 2017 on the other hand to August. It has been postponed by 5 years and its aggregate cost has surpassed Rs. 100 billion altogether.