Airport management, Civil Engineering

Airport Management:

Airlines

(a)        Adequate space for each airline for ticketting, check-in and baggage handling, and

(b)       Adequate space for airline staff.

Airport Management

(a)        Adequate space for office,

(b)       Arrangement for security checks,

(c)        Arrangement for baggage trolleys, and

(d)       Good arrangement for trans-shipment of passengers from gate to aircraft, preferably through aerobridge or otherwise by buses.

Community Requirement

(a)        Adequate space for sitting for friends/relatives who have come to receive/send off passengers, and

(b)       Good surface transport arrangement from city to terminal.

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