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Techno Economic Feasibility Study of Multi-Modal International Hub Airport at Nagpur, Maharashtra
Client : Maharashtra State Road Development Corporation Ltd, (MSRDC) Mumbai
Project Year : 2000
Nagpur has a unique location at the crossing of major international and domestic air routes, making it ideal for hub and spoke operations. Maharashtra Government nominated MSRDC as the nodal agency to pursue development of an international hub airport at Nagpur on PPP model. It will also give a fillip to the Vidarbha region and ease congestion at Mumbai Airport. MSRDC selected a consortium with L&T Infra Engineering as the leader and CRISIL, RAMBOLL Unique Zurich Airport and Insight Consultants as members to prepare the TEFR for the proposed Multi Modal International Hub Airport at Nagpur (MIHAN). It was expected to serve traffic of 14 mn passengers and 0.87 mt of cargo at the end of horizon period.
In order to improve the viability and to make it more contemporary, it was proposed to integrate an SEZ with the airport project and make it a customs free zone. The SEZ would include a Commercial Services Complex, ICT & Truck Terminal (international & domestic), Convention, Exhibition and Entertainment Centres, Golf Course, etc. Provision of road, rail and mass transport access to the complex was also envisaged.