Bandaranaike T2 marks milestone

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Airport and Aviation Services (Sri Lanka) has signed a contract for the second passenger terminal at the country’s main international gateway, Bandaranaike International Airport.

The new state-of-the-art passenger terminal will have a nine million passenger capacity, increasing to 15 million. This project, along with other re-modeling and restructuring initiatives at Bandaranaike’s existing terminal and at four other international airports –

Mattala Rajapaksa, Colombo International, Jaffna International and Batticaloa – will provide the infrastructure required to cater for 20 million passengers per year by 2025, the target set by the government of Sri Lanka.

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