Bengaluru Kempegowda International Airport operational
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Bengaluru Kempegowda International Airport operational

Narendra Modi, Prime Minister of India, has inaugurated the much-anticipated new Terminal 2 at Bengaluru Kempegowda International Airport. The 255,661 sq m facility designed by Bangalore International Airport (BIAL) stands as a testament to Bengaluru and is built around four pillars: the "terminal in a garden," sustainability, technology, and art and culture. It is home to approximately 110 retail and dining outlets managed by a variety of partners. Dufry has been confirmed as a joint venture partner with BIAL for the 15-year duty-free contract.

Prem Watsa, Chairman and CEO of Fairfax Financial Holdings, reportedly stated that the opening of Kempegowda International Airport's Terminal 2 was a watershed moment for the company. Despite the pandemic, the company's work on completing T2 was never stopped. He went on to say that Bengaluru is an evolving and emerging city that has always been in the news for its accomplishments, and that building a world-class terminal was an aspiration. The aviation industry is recovering from the effects of the pandemic, and Watsa believes the company inaugurated T2 at the right time.

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Narendra Modi, Prime Minister of India, has inaugurated the much-anticipated new Terminal 2 at Bengaluru Kempegowda International Airport. The 255,661 sq m facility designed by Bangalore International Airport (BIAL) stands as a testament to Bengaluru and is built around four pillars: the terminal in a garden, sustainability, technology, and art and culture. It is home to approximately 110 retail and dining outlets managed by a variety of partners. Dufry has been confirmed as a joint venture partner with BIAL for the 15-year duty-free contract. Prem Watsa, Chairman and CEO of Fairfax Financial Holdings, reportedly stated that the opening of Kempegowda International Airport's Terminal 2 was a watershed moment for the company. Despite the pandemic, the company's work on completing T2 was never stopped. He went on to say that Bengaluru is an evolving and emerging city that has always been in the news for its accomplishments, and that building a world-class terminal was an aspiration. The aviation industry is recovering from the effects of the pandemic, and Watsa believes the company inaugurated T2 at the right time. Also read: Pune-Nashik high-speed rail project hampered RIL bags project to develop Mappedu MMLP in Tamil Nadu

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