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EastRussia Bulletin: Japanese investors are ready to invest in the reconstruction of the Yakutsk airport - EastRussia | Far East

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EastRussia Bulletin: Japanese investors are ready to invest in the reconstruction of Yakutsk airport

EastRussia Bulletin: Japanese investors are ready to invest in the reconstruction of Yakutsk airport
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A potential investor in the reconstruction of the Yakutsk airport terminal may be a Japanese bank for international cooperation (Japan Bank for International Cooperation, JBIC) and the Hokkaido Corporation, the latest published issue of the EastRussia bulletin says. Attracting foreign investors is connected with the plans of the airport management to develop the air harbor as a transportation hub for DFO regions and Asian countries.

The owners of the Yakutsk airport plan to reconstruct the international terminal due to the fact that the existing one does not meet international standards technically and in terms of the quality of the services provided. The reconstruction will take place in three stages, the volume of investment in the project is now estimated at 1,4 billion rubles.

A draft of the technical building has already been prepared, which will include the separation of the flow of passengers, the improvement of passenger service technologies and baggage handling, and the installation of a telescopic ramp. Also during the modernization of the airport, it is planned to use Japanese-made equipment.

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