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Old November 15th, 2008, 11:18 AM   #1
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Kannur International Airport | Under Construction

Here we go! official website of Kannur International Airport launched

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Old November 15th, 2008, 11:26 AM   #2
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The Kannur International Airport(KIAL) is the second greenfield airport setup in the public private partnership (PPP) model in civil aviation infrastructure sector in kerala .

The Airport has been planned for development in phases on a modular basis to suit future requirements and also to minimize the initial investments so as to generate revenue at the earliest possible time.


The State’s prestigious greenfield Airport project named ‘KIAL’ will be coming up close to Mattannur in Kannur district of Kerala State. It is only 20 kms away from Kannur city, and 2 kms from Mattannur on Kannur – Mattannur – Mysore road.

The Airport is strategically located with easy access from NH-17 and SH-30 & 36 . The main Railway line from Kanyakumary to Bombay is nearest to Airport and it is situated in between Thalasserry and Kannur railway station.

Objectives

To provide an international gateway in the northern Malabar region with state-of-the art facilities to support safe, efficient and cost effective travel for foreign tourists and ‘non-resident’ Indians from Kerala, as well as domestic passengers.

To act as air cargo hub for Malabar Region.

To provide a host of commercial, trade promotion and industrial activities that can generate employment opportunities, provide avenues for the trade in traditional products to affluent markets in the Gulf and Europe and to open new vistas in the field of IT & ICT.

To promote beach, pilgrimage and health tourism.

To transform the North Malabar region into a highly developed growth centre for travel, tourism and industries.
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Kannur International Airport Limited (KIAL)

Kannur International Airport Limited (KIAL) is a public limited company set up by the Government of Kerala to build and operate Kannur International Airport. The company was registered in December 2009 as a private limited company and converted into a public limited one in August 2010. The land after acquisition by the nodal agency M/s KINFRA the same will be transferred to the KIAL. The registered office of the company is at Thiruvananthapuram.

The Airport Project

The airport will come up in an area of 2,000 acres about 25 km from Kannur. 1,200 acres has already been acquired.

The airport is to be built at Moorkhanparamba area. The Airport will have a runway length of 3,050m initially in Phase one. The orientation of the runway is 07/25, which permits obstacle free approach. The airport is expected to have an annual traffic of more than 1 million international passengers and above 0.3 million domestic passengers as per a 2009-2010 estimate.Construction of the runway is expected to start by October 2013.

The proposed equity structure of the company is as follows:

26% by the state government, in the form of land
23% for the state-owned public sector organisations
2% for government companies
49% by small investors and institutional investors

With the operationalisation of the Kannur airport by 2015, Kerala will be the only state in the country to have four international airports.
Full site plan. Runway, Taxiway and Apron can be seen.


Detailed Master Plan - Click for high resolution version (3.4 MB)
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Old November 15th, 2008, 11:27 AM   #3
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Project Structure
The proposal for the development of the ‘Kannur International Airport’ received ‘in principle’ approval from the Ministry of Civil Aviation in February 2008. Government of Kerala has floated a company by the name Kannur International Airport Ltd (KIAL)for the development of the airport.

The airport will be built over 2000 acres of land and will have a single runway, to begin with.
The project will be implemented on a Public-Private-Partnership (PPP) basis and on a Build-Own-Operate (BOO) model.
The Kannur International Airport will be set up by a Government led consortium. 26% of equity will be with the Government of Kerala, 23% with Public Sector Undertakings, 2% with other institutions promoted by the Government of Kerala and remaining 49% with private individuals and institutions.


The Phase 1 project cost would be approximately 1800 crores including the cost of land.

The development of the infrastructure project will be through global tenders in Engineering, Procurement and constructions (EPC )Model
http://www.kannurairport.org/index.php/projectstructure
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Infrastructure
Creating outside support services/ infrastructure facilities is considered to be as important as the development of the Airport itself. The greatest emphasis is being laid on the access roads. The plan is to take up and complete the supporting infrastructure by the time the airport is built.

Roads to be developed


Kannur - Mattannur
Thalassery - Mattannur
Payannur - Mattannur
Karnataka Border - Mattannur
Mattannur -Anjarakkandi - Thalassery
Wayanad - Mattannur
Mahi - Muzhuppilangad by pass
Nadapuram - Thalassery road

Rail
Rail linking Thalassery with Mysore will facilitate multi-modal access to the airport. The state government is pursuing discussions with the Central Ministry of Railways on a proposal for 'Kannur International Airport Railway Station'.

Power
Kerala State Electricity Board has accorded its consent for augmenting power supply to cater Airport and other infrastructure requirements.

Water
Kerala Water Authority has accorded its consent to supply treated water for the entire operational requirement of the Airport

Tourism/Hotels
The tourism industry, especially health, pilgrimage and beach tourism, would be developed to attract more national and international tourists. The airport will be established quite close to Wayanad and Coorg which are suitable locations for adventure and wild life tourism. Even before the commencement of the construction of the airport several hotel chains have come up to explore the tourism potential of the region.

Pilgrimage Tourism
This is a branch of tourism which can be promoted in this area due to the presence of a large number of internationally famous shrines belonging to different religions.

Industries
Traditional industries like textile, handloom and modern sectors like IT will get a boost with the establishment of the airport. Similarly the airport will grow due to rapid industrialization from the flow of increased passengers. It is a win-win situation.
http://www.kannurairport.org/index.php/infrastructure
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Old November 15th, 2008, 11:29 AM   #5
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Current Status
1. Government approval

Ministry of Civil Aviation,Government of India has given in-principle approval for the project.
Ministry of Defence has renewed its NOC for the next five years.
Ministry of Home Affairs has renewed its NOC .
DGCA has accorded the site clearance for the Project.

2. Detailed Project Report Completed by Project consultants

Detailed project report (DPR) has been completed by project consultants M/s AECOM & CRISIL consortium.

3. Land

An extent of 1276.03 acres has been acquired for Kannur International Airport project as on 7 October 2010, out of 1284 acres notified. Remaining land is expected to be taken over soon.

4(1) Notification for additional 783 acres has been published. M/s KINFRA nodal agency for land acquisition are already in the process of acquiring Phase three land.

4. Formation of Special Purpose Vehicle

A Company called "Kannur International Airport Limited" has been registered under the Companies Act 1956. The first Board meeting of the Company was held on 18 December 2009. Government have reconstituted the Board of Directors of Kannur International Airport with the Hon'ble Chief Minister Shri Oommen Chandy as Chairman, Shri G Chandramouli as Managing Director and the following persons as Directors:

Shri K Babu, Hon'ble Minister-Excise,Ports & Airports - Director

Shri K M Mani, Hon'ble Minister of Finance & Law - Director

Shri P K Kunhalikutty, Hon'ble Minister of Industries - Director

Shri K C Joseph, Hon'ble Minister of Rural Development - Director

Shri K P Mohanan, Hon'ble Minister of Agriculture - Director

Shri E.K. Bharat Bhushan , IAS , Chief Secretary , Govt. of Kerala. - Director

Shri.V.J.Kurian, IAS, Additional Chief Secretary, Water Resources and Aviation - Director

Shri. Rajesh Kumar Sinha IAS Secretary Finance (Expenditure) - Director

Shri S Ramnath, Managing Director, KINFRA - Director

Shri Pramod Sharma , ED (Aviation )(BPCL) - Director


District Level Committee under the Chairmanship of the District Collector is giving final shape to the proposal for infrastructure development programmes outside the airport like roads, power and water.

5. Access to airport and other outside infrastructure

A new green field road viz. Kannur-Mattannur road will be developed as the main access to the airport designed to ensure fast and free movement of traffic to the airport without traffic lights and juctions, with provision for entry and exit ramps for joining and exiting traffic from connecting roads. All other major roads will be widened wherever possible and will be connected to this road.

6. Consultancy for Kannur Airport Project has been assigned to AECOM.


7. Environmental Clearance for the project has been accorded by the Ministry of Environment and Forest, Govt of India on 19th July 2013.


8. RFP Issued to Eight Bidders for Engineering , Procurement & Construction package for complete earthwork, airfield pavements & airfield ground lighting including operational & perimeter wall. The bids are due to be opened in first week of September


9. The Green Belt Programme inaugurated by Sri.K.Babu, Hon'ble Minister for Ports & Excise on 26 August 2013. 2,51,000 nos of seedlings planted so far in the nearby areas of Airport ( Keezhallur Grama Panchayath and Mattannur municipality ) as a part of afforestation mission.


10. DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) AND PROJECT INFORMATION MEMORANDUM (PIM) APPROVED BY THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF KIAL

Detailed Project Report and Project Information Memorandum has been approved by the Board of Directors of KIAL. The salient features of the DPR and PIM are as follows:

Estimated Project Cost Rs 1792 Crore
Debt/Equity Ratio 1.29 : 1
Equity Rs 784 Crore
Debt Rs 1008 Crore
Project IRR 12.27%
Equity IRR 13.21%
Average DSCR 1.40
http://www.kannurairport.org/index.php/currentstatus
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Old November 15th, 2008, 11:34 AM   #6
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Kerala speeding towards building new Kannur airport

Courtesy: www.thaindian.com

All arrangements are being put in place to hold a pre-bid conference to identify the partner to build the fourth international airport in the state at Kannur. Switching on the website www.kannurairport.org here Tuesday, State Tourism and Home Minister Kodiyeri Balakrishnan said that the land acquisition for the airport is going on smoothly and would be completed by Jan 30 next year.

“Right now various consultants for finalizing the technical, financial and legal bids have been advertised for and after finalizing the bidding terms and conditions, we will hold a pre-bid conference to identify the partner who will build the airport,” Balakrishnan told reporters here.

The new airport that has been on the cards for the past one decade was finally given the final nod by the central government early this year.

“The airport will be build on the model of private-public partnership with the state government holding 26 per cent stake and the rest with the partner which could be one company or a consortium of companies,” said Balakrishnan.

Former Civil Aviation secretary V. Thulasidas, who has been appointed the special officer for the Kannur Airport said the present model is different from the country’s first airport built with private-public partnership at Kochi in the late nineties.

“Even though the Kochi airport is a successful model where a lot of individual non-resident Keralite’s hold stakes, the present model that has been approved by the central government is the one that was used to build the new Bangalore and Hyderabad airports. So we decided to follow that,” said Thulasidas.

But Balakrishnan added that the website that is now open is one where anyone can put forward their ideas.

“We want people to interact with us and give us suggestions through the website so that we can consider all suggestions,” added Balakrishnan.

The proposed airport is to come up on a 2,000 acre plot of land of which nearly 1,200 acres has been acquired and for the rest discussions are going on with the land owners who will be evicted.

The other international airports in the state include the Kozhikode and the one here.

Kerala has a record two million non-resident Keralites working mostly in the middle-East and the Kannur airport would be a blessing for a large number of people in the northern most districts of the state.
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Old November 15th, 2008, 12:44 PM   #7
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895 acres acquired for Kannur airport
Talks for land acquisition progressing

Land acquisition to be completed by January

SLPC to finalise land value fixed by the DLPC

KANNUR: Negotiations by the District Level Purchase Committee (DLPC) with title-holders to fix the value of land to be acquired for the proposed Kannur airport has been under way.

The DLPC has already completed negotiation for total 895 acres of land from 694 titleholders in the two sittings. More negotiations would be completed in the sitting being held at the Collectorate Conference Hall here late Wednesday.

The DLPC chaired by District Collector Ishita Roy has been holding its sitting since November 7.

The value of land ranged from Rs.16,000 a cent to Rs.19,000 and Rs. 22,000. Officials said all the titleholders whose

land value had already been fixed had signed the authorisation letters. Landholders from 1, 2, 3 and 28 blocks attended the negotiations on Wednesday.

As per the schedule, the acquisition of 1,092.88 acres of land would be completed in January and the procedures for taking possession of the land through negotiations would be completed in November.

After completing the negotiations at the DLPC, the State-Level Purchase Committee (SLPC) would meet at the end of this month to finalise the land value fixed by the DLPC. The DLPC should conclude negotiation for 1,092 acres of land to be taken possession from 1,137 titleholders.

The airport project has gathered momentum with the Kerala Industrial Infrastructure Development Corporation (Kinfra), the nodal agency for the State government, inviting expression of interest from consultants for developing the proposed greenfield airport here.

The area where the airport is being developed is located 20 km from here. The airport is proposed to have a main runway and a taxi track and is expected to have an initial annual traffic of more than one crore international passengers and over three lakh domestic passengers. The airport is also projected to handle 16,000 tonne international cargo initially.

As many as 136 families being displaced will be rehabilitated. The rehabilitation package included assignment of 10 cents of land to each family in areas close to the places they are being evicted from.
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Action plan ready for assigning plots to evictees
Land acquisition for Kannur airport project

Blueprint to assign 10-cent plot to each family

Land value for 986 acres fixed by panel

KANNUR: An action plan is ready for assigning land for rehabilitation of families being displaced from lands notified for acquisition for the Kannur airport project as the District Collector-led District Level Purchase Committee (DLPC) for negotiating land value has completed negotiation for 986 acres to be taken over from 851 title holders.

District Collector Ishita Roy said here on Thursday that the land for rehabilitating the displaced families had been identified close to the areas that are being being acquired for the project.

A blueprint for assigning a 10-cent plot each with road facilities among the families had already been prepared. The areas where the families were set to be rehabilitated were 50 to 200 metres away from their lands being acquired for the airport project, she added.

Ms. Roy said the DLPC had completed fixing of land value for 986 acres in four sittings held here since November 7. She said that title holders whole-heartedly participated in the sittings and majority of those who had completed the negotiations transferred letters of consent for handing over the land.

The title holders were generally content because they were getting higher value for their landholdings at the DLPC sittings than the normal land acquisition procedure could have offered them. The DLPC’s efforts to fix the land value in the first phase acquisition of 1,092 acres through negotiations would conclude when the negotiation was completed in respect of the remaining 106 acres, she said.

The process of taking possession of the land would be initiated following the approval of the DLPC’s land valuation by the State Level Purchase Committee.

The title holders would be given cheques for compensation amount when the land transfer was registered, the Collector added.
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A very good start latheesh and aslesh......so letz start posting every thing related to kannur airport here...any designs for the airport available??? aslesh can u dig it out......
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Latest Kerala airport project to be expedited
Thiruvananthapuram, Jan 20 (IANS) The Kannur international airport project in north Kerala will be expedited, the state government said Tuesday.

“We have decided to acquire 441 hectares of land under the fast-track scheme to speed up the Kannur airport project,” Chief Minister V.S. Achuthanandan told reporters here.

The proposed airport is to come up on a 2,000-acre or 1,250-hectare plot, of which nearly 1,200 acres or 750 hectares have been acquired. One hectare equals about 1.6 acre.

Kerala already has international airports at Kozhikode, Thiruvananthapuram and Kochi.

The new airport that has been on the cards for the past one decade was cleared by the central government last year.

Former civil aviation secretary V. Thulasidas has been appointed the special officer for the Kannur airport. A pre-bid conference to identify the partner to build the airport will be held shortly.

The airport will be built on the private-public partnership model with the state government holding a 26 percent stake and the rest coming from the partner, which could be one company or a consortium.

About two million Malayalees work abroad, mostly in the Middle East.
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Map showing roads to the Kannur Airport to be developed


Roads to be four laned:
1. Thalassery-Mattannur
2. Bekal-Payyanur-Mattanur (I am not sure about its route)
3. Karnataka Border-Mattanur
4. Wynad-Mattanur

Roads to be six laned:
5. Kannur-Mattannur

Roads to be developed:
6. Thalassery-Anjarakandy-Mattannur
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Map showing roads to the Kannur Airport to be developed


Roads to be four laned:
1. Thalassery-Mattannur
2. Bekal-Payyanur-Mattanur (I am not sure about its route)
3. Karnataka Border-Mattanur
4. Wynad-Mattanur

Roads to be six laned:
5. Kannur-Mattannur

Roads to be developed:
6. Thalassery-Anjarakandy-Mattannur
route 2 you have shown may be like this. Thaliparamba->Sreekandapuram->Irikkur->Mattannur. Thalipparamba-sreekandapuram road is already a state highway linking Taliparamba and Virajpetta in Karnataka which is a good road. So they need to develope the stretch between Sreekandapuram to Mattannur
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Y cant mods move this thread to indian aviation and airports thread....
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route 2 you have shown may be like this. Thaliparamba->Sreekandapuram->Irikkur->Mattannur. Thalipparamba-sreekandapuram road is already a state highway linking Taliparamba and Virajpetta in Karnataka which is a good road. So they need to develope the stretch between Sreekandapuram to Mattannur
Upto Irikkur its Taliparamba-Iritty state highway. But thats not four lane right? So they need to develop the full stretch. There is an alternative shorter route which is Taliparamba->Parassinikadavu->Mayyil->Chalode->Mattannur.

Kannur-Chalode and Thalassery-Kuthuparamba stretches are thickly populated. But rest of the roads goes through sparsely populated places. Land acquistion wont be a big problem there.

Let the land acqusition complete and project really kick off. Then we can start a better thread in indian aviation and airports forum. We can post more local news like this here.
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What is others opinion, Aslesh, Latheesh? Shall this be moved to the general 'Airports' Folder?

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It would be better, if it gets moved to Aviation Folder...
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Ok then pls move.
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OK, Done
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good move......guys any renders available.....
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Thnx Sudheeshji. Its not yet the time to get any renderings. I had seen a site layout in some news papers. But missed it.
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