Improvement of existing airport, Mechanical Engineering

Improvement Of Existing Airport:

The improvements that are usually needed for existing airports fall under the following categories :

(a)        Extension of runway to accommodate bigger aircraft.

(b)       Strengthening of pavement to cater to heavier aircraft.

(c)        Provision of modern facilities for landing (such as Instrument Landing Facility).

(d)       Modernisation of terminal building to accommodate more passengers and to upgrade the facilities.

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