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The first stone in the base of the new airport terminal was laid in Irkutsk

At the international airport of Irkutsk laid the first stone at the site of the future terminal of domestic and international lines. Construct its local authorities plan for two years. The investor of the project is JSC "Ramport". The company will invest in the construction of seven billion rubles.

According to the Governor of the Irkutsk region Sergei Levchenko, the need for a new terminal has matured for a long time - in recent years, passenger traffic has significantly increased, including in international directions. Last year, the Irkutsk airport overcame the bar in two million passengers a year. The new building will be able to accommodate three million people.

The new air terminal complex will combine international and domestic airlines, it will be built on the airport territory. As the press service of the regional government informs, modern telescopic ladders will appear in the new building, a platform for demonstrating new planes will be built nearby. In the near future the project of the new terminal will be submitted for examination to Rosaviatsia. Next to the new terminal will make parking and a modern two-story car interchange. Work within the boundaries of urban development will be spent on budgetary money.

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