Myanmar Capital Airport

Burma's capital airport

Bejing Capital International, PEK, Air China. Sung Suu Kyi was shot dead at Yangon International Airport on Sunday. Airport Mandalay (MDL) - Beijing Capital Airport (PEK) - Yangon Airport (RGN). It also has an international airport in the capital Nay Pyi Taw, although few airlines currently use it. The PAS is also the operator of this international airport in Myanmar's new capital.

Airport Nay Pyi Taw International Airport

Each year, the airport can process 3.5 million people. Nay Pyi Taw International Airport was developed by CPG Consultants Pte. Previously, the airport had planned the extension of Yangon International Airport, Changi Airport in Singapore and several Vietnamese and Lao international airport projects. Work on the airport, which is being carried out by the Asia World Companies, a Myanmar-based enterprise, began in January 2009[2] Upon the conclusion of the airport development contract, there will be two take-off and landing strips and three terminal buildings with state-of-the-art equipment.

The 17,174 sq. m. area of the principal hangar and the 5912 sq. m. area of the northern one. Covering 63,000 sqm, the first and second floor of the house are the first and second floor. It is a two-storey airport complex with bored steel concreted columns.

Groundfloor is for the arrival of the guests and the first storey is for the departure of the people. Westhalle is for locals, Osthalle and Nordhalle for internationals. There are two ways / four tracks to the airport, 1500 meters long. This multi-storey vehicle park is 200 x 107 meters in size and has a surface area of 21,400 sqm.

In the second stage of the development contract, an 1200 foot 1200 foot x 1200 foot ramp will be added in front of the existing airport terminal, an ramp for parking V. I. P. planes and four passenger jetways will be built at the airport terminal, a passenger caterer, a goverment centre and an airport service area.

Stage 3 comprises the addition of 17 additional passenger footbridges, a 1200-foot × 100-foot double-rollerway, a 12,000-foot 100-foot take-off and landing strip in front of the airport complex, a 12,000-foot 100-foot double-rollerway kit, four 650-foot 100-foot taxiways, four 550-foot 100-foot taxiways and a freighter walk.

Once the third stage is complete, the airport will be able to accommodate 10.5 million annual travellers and will be more advanced and demanding than Yangon International Airport and Mandalay International Airport.

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