New Int'l Islamabad Airport capable of handling 9m passengers yearly
ISLAMABAD:Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi has directed the Civil Aviation Authority for provision of complete and state of the art facilities to passengers at the new International Islamabad Airport.
He said this while visiting various sections of the new International Islamabad Airport.
Advisor to Prime Minister on Aviation, Sardar Mehtab Ahmed Khan and senior officials briefed the Prime Minister on operational preparedness and facilities for the passengers.
The Prime Minister was told that the new airport has been completed at an estimated cost of 85 billion rupees.
It has two runways and will be capable of handling nine million passengers every year, with 90 operational immigration counters. APP/AFP