Rawalpindi: The issues couldn’t be resolved even after two years of operation of New Islamabad International Airport, which was accomplished at a value of over Rs. 105 billion.
New Islamabad International Airport was made operational about two years in the past, however because it was swiftly constructed and made operational, new issues hold cropping up on the airport. During the rains two days in the past, New Islamabad International Airport Video footage of the plight of the airport terminal constructing was obtained by Express News.
Video footage exhibits water pouring from the roof of Concours Hall, together with the airport's home and worldwide Vasi IP lounges, in the course of the rain. Water accumulation within the International Departure Lounge and Concours Hall induced extreme misery to workers.
Civil Aviation Authority workers, however, have begun emergency repairs. According to Aviation Division spokesman Abdul Sattar Khokhar, Director General Pakistan Civil Aviation Authority has taken discover of the injury attributable to rain at Islamabad International Airport. In lower than 90 minutes, 56 mm of rain fell. The storm continued till four a.m., damaging the roof.
The spokesman mentioned that the DGCAA has issued a complete report in addition to a directive for a everlasting resolution inside three days, in response to the airport supervisor and different upkeep workers. Which broken the roof of the passenger terminal constructing.
According to the Civil Aviation Authority, a number of options are into account, together with including extra water pipes to divert rainwater into a couple of drain or altering your entire roof drainage design. The DGCAA has directed the Project Director and Airport Manager of Islamabad International Airport to submit a joint report on this regard and can take all obligatory steps to forestall it sooner or later as effectively.
Meanwhile, the Federal Minister of Aviation has taken stern discover of the state of affairs and known as for a report. The spokesperson mentioned that it’s anticipated that the Federal Minister of Aviation, Mr. Ghulam Sarwar Khan on August 17, 2020 Accompanied by senior officers, he’ll go to Islamabad International Airport.