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GVK made its foray into the aviation sector when it bagged the mandate to operate,
manage and develop GVK Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport (GVK CSIA) in Mumbai.
With a vision to transform GVK CSIA into one of the world's best airports, Mumbai
International Airport Limited (MIAL) has developed a new integrated Terminal 2 at
GVK CSIA. The new iconic Terminal 2, equipped with world class technologies and
infrastructure, would now have enhanced capacity to handle passenger traffic of 40
million passengers per annum (mppa), up from the existing 30.03 mppa.
GVK further increased its presence in the airports sector with the acquisition of 43%
stake in Kempegowda International Airport, Bengaluru which is in line with GVK’s strategic
objective of expanding into airport business. The new enhanced Terminal, with double the
existing area and facilities to host some of the largest aircrafts, is at par with best
in the world in terms of conveniences. GVK KIA, Bengaluru would now be able to handle 20 mppa.
With the inauguration of the new Terminals at Mumbai and Bengaluru, GVK would now be handling
a total traffic of 60 mppa, making GVK as one of India’s largest private sector airport operators
The successful GVK CSIA, Mumbai and GVK KIA, Bengaluru ventures have earned
international recognition for GVK. Taking this success story forward, GVK has
been invited by the Indonesian Government to develop two new airports in Bali
and Yogyakarta. GVK has already completed the feasibility analysis for both the
airports and is ready with the master plan for construction of Yogyakarta airport
in the island of Java.