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All you need to know about Mumbai new airport

Jan 10 2014, 19:58 IST
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Mumbai 's new airport, which opens Friday, will seek to bring Mumbai the facilities it was lacking. Express photo: Pradip Das Mumbai 's new airport, which opens Friday, will seek to bring Mumbai the facilities it was lacking. Express photo: Pradip Das
SummaryThe T2 terminal of the Mumbai airport has come up at a whopping investment of Rs 9,800 crore.

The new international terminal (T2) at the Mumbai airport is all set to be inaugurated on Friday, promising to provide fliers a whole new experience with its features. The T2 has come up at a whopping investment of Rs 9,800 crore as against initial projection of Rs 7,452 crore. Here's the statistics on the new swanky terminal.

WHAT IT TOOK TO BUILD

* 1,85,000 sq m granite, enough to cover 27 football fields

* 30,000 sq m skylight glass, enough to cover Wimbledon’s Centre Court 6 times

* 4 km L.E.D. lighting for façade, 1½ km shorter than Bandra-Worli Sea Link

* 45,150 sq m façade glazing, enough to wrap Air India HQ twice, with glass to spare

* 3.35 km, 6 lanes, elevated road’s surface can accommodate 277 tennis courts or 1,080 badminton courts

* 18,000 tonnes steel in roof 15,000 tonnes centralised AC

Mumbai-airport - T2 terminal

Vital stats

* 47.27 lakh sq ft area

* 40 million passengers

* Counters: 188 for check-in, 60 for departure immigration, 72 for arrival immigration

* Comfort: 101 toilets, 5000+ cars capacity in parking facility, 10 baggage carousels

* Movement: 44 travelators, 49 escalators, 73 lifts, 25 fixed linked bridges, 52 passenger boarding bridges

* Security: 124 check positions, 2,300 CCTV cameras

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