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M.Sokolov: Khabarovsk Airport is identified as a priority for the development of air traffic in the Far East

The head of the Khabarovsk Territory discussed with the Minister of Transport of Russia the implementation of a project to modernize the Khabarovsk airport, as well as the construction and reconstruction of roads of regional and federal significance.

The main directions of airport modernization are spelled out in the project developed by the international consortium of South Korean companies Incheon International Airport and Daewoo Engineering. Later it became known that the project of the new terminal will be developed by the German company Assmann Beraten + Plannen.

The project will be fully implemented on the terms of public-private partnership. As part of the federal target program, there will be a reconstruction of runways, apron and other airfield facilities worth about 9,2 billion rubles. At the expense of private investment, a new passenger terminal, a free trade area, will be developed, and an airport commercial zone will be developed with a hotel, exhibition and trade center.

According to the press service of the regional government, according to Maxim Sokolov, in accordance with the transport strategy of Russia, the airport is defined as a priority point for the development of air transportation in the Far East. The federal center will make every effort to implement the plans. The governor stressed that the implementation of the project will give a new impetus to the development of the region.

“The modern airport complex will become a visiting card not only for our region, but for the entire Far East, will help attract investors and serve as an incentive for business activity,” the head of the region noted.

Vyacheslav Shport and Maxim Sokolov also discussed the prospects for building a road to the village of Belgo and the “Khabarovsk bypass” highway.

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