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1.Rs.10 bn for Kolkata Airport expansion

The Airports Authority of India (AAI) will be investing Rs 10 bn in the expansion work of Kolkata Airport after demolishing the old domestic terminal.


2.Global Tech for Local Needs

Today, people spend 80-90 per cent of their lives in buildings, making buildings an integral part of their ecosystem. With the advent of new technologies, the role buildings play is being redefined from a static environment to a more dynamic


3.Boost to complete Bengal´s New Garia -Airport Metro

Around Rs 264 crore was waived by the West Bengal Government in land prices for the acquisition of the additional 1,861 kottah required to complete the new Garia-Kolkata Airport Metro project.


4.Schindler will continue to grow at a rate faster than the market.

We move over 1 billion people per day,¨ claims the company with pride. Indeed, founded in 1874 in Switzerland, Schindler manufacturers, installs, services and modernises elevators, escalators and moving walks; it has over 1,000 branch offices in more than 100 countries


5.AAI plans four airports

With no bidding under the PPP route for four airports, the Airports Authority of India (AAI) has decided to expand and maintain the Chennai and Kolkata airports on its own, and the Jaipur and Ahmedabad airports will be developed through the operation


6.Tatas race for Chennai, Kolkata airport projects

After its recent foray into airlines business with Singapore Airlines and Air Asia, Tata Group is likely to bid for 100 per cent stake in two airport projects- Chennai and Kolkata airports.


7.Deadline extended to select key airport operators

The Airports Authority of India (AAI) has extended the deadline for short-listing operators for Chennai and Kolkata airports, hence privatisation of the two key airports will be delayed, say media reports.


8.Govt okays privatisation of Kolkata, Chennai airports

To bring in private operators to run airports, the Union government on July 4 approved privatisation of the Chennai and Kolkata airports, which are currently operated by the Airports Authority of India (AAI). Separately, AAI has sought approval from the government to raise Rs 1,000 crore through issue of tax-free bonds to develop 50 low-cost airports in the country. The inter-ministerial group decided to privatise the older terminals by bringing in a joint-venture partner to manage operations at


9.AAI team inspects new terminal at Kolkata airport

The new integrated terminal at Kolkata airport on April 4 was inspected by four officials from Airports Authority of India's planning department. The move follows complaints about the terminal's built quality and service by both passengers and MPs Derek O'Brien, Saugata Roy and Gurudas Dasgupta since it was commissioned three weeks ago.


10.Kolkata airport new terminal nears completion

Work on the new integrated terminal at Kolkata airport is nearing completion. The terminal project is the biggest project undertaken by the Airports Authority of India in recent years. Work on the 30-month airport upgradation project began in January 2009 and was scheduled to completeby June 2012 but was deferred to January 2013.