Photo Essay: Facelift of LGBI Airport ahead of Global Investors Summit
Lokpriya Gopinath Bordoloi International Airport is the biggest airport of Northeast India. Covering an area of 656 acres, the airport also serves as an Indian Air Force base.
Formerly known as Borjhar airport, the Guwahati airport was later named Lokpriya Gopinath Bordoloi International Airport.
The airport, that was initially constructed in 1958 and underwent renovation in 1993, is all set to expand with a new integrated terminal building.
An overview of the expansion work in which two drop off bay for cars have been included within the Airport terminal and will be converted into departure lobby | G Plus Photo
Construction workers working over time to complete the terminal expansion by January 29 | G Plus Photo
With only one bay at disposal to the cars that drop off the passengers, a jam-like situation has occured. The condition aggrevates at peak hours | G Plus Photo
Passengers entering the airport with luggages | G Plus Photo
Construction work going inside the LGBI Airport | G Plus Photo
With only one departure route to the airport terminal, passengers crowds on the door waiting for their documents to be checked | G Plus Photo
Passengers making their way outside from the midst of under construction areas | G Plus Photo
(Pictures by Surajit Sharma)
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