Infrastructure Con Dao airport upgrade project requires VND2.3 trillion The Saigon Times Saturday, Jul 11, 2020,09:32 (GMT+7) Con Dao airport upgrade project requires VND2.3 trillionThe Saigon Times Passengers disembark from an ATR72 aircraft operated by VASCO at Con Dao airport in Ba Ria-Vung Tau Province. The upgradation of the airport will cost an estimated VND2.3 trillion – PHOTO: VNA HCMC – The Transport Ministry is adjusting a zoning plan to upgrade Con Dao airport in Ba Ria-Vung Tau Province at an estimated cost of VND2.3 trillion, according to Tran Thien Chi, head of the provincial transport authority. Once the upgrade is completed, the airport will cover 141 hectares of land, meet the 4C standards of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), and serve two million passengers annually. A recent report of the provincial transport department revealed that in late April, Deputy Prime Minister Trinh Dinh Dung allowed the Transport Ministry to make adjustments to the airport’s zoning plan. As the airport’s runway has to encroach on the beach by an additional 120 meters, the ministry asked the consulting unit of the project and the State-run Vietnam Airlines JSC to review the project design to ensure the runway can be put into service and meets… Read full this story
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